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COAL 

HALL & WALKER 

Wellington Colliery Co. .Coal 

1232 . Government St -Phona 83. 



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VICTORIA, B, C„ TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1910 



V^-sffiiiftS-n^y^^^ EIGHTEEN PAGES 



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A . buyer' of a diamond, if he intends spending a large 
amount, usually feels confident of obtaining a fine stone that 
will fully represent and warrant his outlay. 

Among those who have in view a more modest expendi- 
ture—doubt is often felt whether the sum will buy one of suf- 
ficient size and beauty. 

To those we would say that $50, $60 or $75 will purchase 
an effective solitaire of exceptional beauty. 



Challoner & Mitchell Co., Ltd. 

1617 Government Street. Victoria, B. C. 



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.SWIFT'S PREMIUM, per lb 

PICNIC HAMS, per lb 

BOILED IT.VMS, per lb. , . '. 

B. C. BACON, special por lb r.'. I 

B. C. IIOYAL BACON, per lb.. .. . . iV.'?. . . 

&-WIET'K PREMIUM BACON, por lb 

ARMOUR'S .STAR BACON, per II) 

]>A1RY BUTTER, ppr ]b. i 

AUBURN CREAMERY BUTER (fresh) per lb. , 
COWICHAN CREAMERY BUTTER, per lb. 
VICTORIA CREAMERY BUTTER, per lb. 

COMOX CREAMERY • BUTTER.' per. lb. '. 

SALT SPRING CREAMERY BUTTER, per lb. 
l4.1b.:BOX FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER.;.... 
14EW liAID EGGS, per dozen 

Cooking eggs, per dozen : , 



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DIXl H. ROSS & GO, 

Independent Grocers 1317 Government Street 

Tela. 50, 51, 52. Liquor Dept Tel. 1590 



POSITIVELY NO CREDIT 

The June Bride s Foot 
Comfort 

and the 

June Bridegroom's As Well . 

Can be made lifelong by dealing with 



McCandless Bros. & Gathcart 

555 Johnson Street - Victoria, B. C. 



A MORNING STIMULANT WITH NO 
REACTION 



"The Champagne of Table Waters 

AT THE DINNER A DILUTER FOR WHISKEY 
'. ' ■ A.ND.W.INE 



OTHER & LEISER 

Sole Agent^ for B. O >; 



VICTORIA 



VANCOUVER ' NELSON 




Date Mentioned '■vfor Through 
Line by President William 
Mackenzie in Interview at 
Winnipe^::i8 Jiily : :1 stj:: \ 91 4 



MUCH WORK HAND 

IN WESTERN SECTION 



Construction From Edmonton 
Coast, Will Be in Progress 
Next Year— Some Contracts 
Already Awarded 



WINNIPEG, June 20 — President 
Wm. Mackenzie, of the C. N. Railway 
Company, arrived In the. city yester- 
aiiy afternoon, tlio Journey from Ed- 
monton being made In twenty-tvva 
hours and twenty minutes .ioveP-'<the 
main line. This is the fastest time 
ever made on this trip, and establishes 
a new record. The average spued 
made included all stops. Mr. Biac- 
liciizio is quite elated over thi.s re- 
markal)lo Journey, ljut stated that he 
hopes wlieii the hotterinonts now In 
progress liavc been completed that tlio 
C. Is', U. pas.sengor trains will aceoni- 
pllsli the run In the .same time. 

Jlr. IMackenzle i.s returning from 
Victoria, ]3,C., where lie eonsiimnialed 
tho pui-ehase of the Dunsmuir coal 
mines and took possession of the jiro- 
pertlea. "It is our Intention," said 
^Ir. Mackenzie, in speaking ot tho 
matter, "to extend the workings and 
double the present I output, which Is 
approximately -SiBOO -. tons dally. The 
coal from our mines j Is' consumed all 
along tlio Paciacri coasts as far south 
as Satt.;FranqIs6oU<,aria-'tJie demand Is 
increasing- yearly." ■ v • 

Speaking of the construction' of the 
mountain section of the C. N. R., Mr. 
Mackenzie stated th.it tenders are now 
being invited for tho construction of 
sixty miles eastward from opposite 
Xew ■Westminster, ,ind It is hoped 
tliat this section will be comi)letod 
this year. This will carry tho line 
tlirougli tho famous Chllliwaek fann- 
ing district to Hope. Construction 
is also to be started at once from 
Edmonton westward, a contract for 
70 miles to tho Mcl^eod niver having 
been awarded to McMillan liros. Xext 
year construction will be in progress 
for the entire distance' between the 
JIcLeod River and iloiio. i^rom the 
Yollowhead Pass tlii^ line will follow 
the Thompson and North Thompson 
rivers, to Kamloops and then follow 
the Thompson -ona south bank of tho 
Frasor * to New: Westminster. Mi-. 
Mackenzie says that the line as lOf 
(Continued on' Page 3) 



Three Steamers Making Ready 
For Far Northern Voyage- 
Ports Nelson and Churchill 
to Be Examined 



ri.\LII'"A,\', June 20.— Tho steamer 
Jessie (!. Thouiey purchased by the 
Dominion (Jnvcrnment for an explor- 
ing expedition in tlie north will sail 
for Ke!n'"in_ rivpi'. liudson's Bay next 
week. 'J'lie coniiiany will consist of 
six of .a crew and an engineering 
staff of six. Tiie vessel will remain I 
in Hudson's Bay as long as tlio weath- 
er permits, returning to Halifax on 1 
September 1st. I 

The engineering staff in charge of 
Mr. Parlzcau of Ottawa will remain 
until tho Ice forms and will then start 
over land for AVlrinlpeg. 

The government steamer Stanley 
fitting out for Churchill will follow 
a couple of weeks later. Tho govern- 
ment steamer Karl Grey will go to 
Pictou in a few days and will iiro- 
(■(•(•(l tlicncc to August to bring tlie 
no\-crnor General liome from the liud- 
son's Bay. 



King to Inspect Rifle Teams 
I^O.XDO.V, June 20.— Bisloy rille 
teams ot the overseas dominions at 
present in Kngland will bo inspected 
by .King George at Buckingham i'ai- 
aee this week. 



Crushed by Load of Lumber 

VANCOUVEIt, Juno 20.-— 13. Phiillp.s, 
aged C"), a workman, was instantly 
killed this afternoon by a load of lum- 
ber from a Hat car slipping and crush- 
ing him. 



To Be Knighted 

LO.XDON, Juno 20. — Rumor has it 
that a well-known Canadian and 
iformcr member of the British parlia- 
ment will be included among the 
knights In the next honor -list. 

Governop H ughss^ Trios •'A'^atn 
ALBANY, N.Y., Juno 20.— Governor 
Hughes sent a spoclul message to the 
leglalaturo, which corivenod In extraor- 
dinary session tonight, re.'onmiending 
the enactment of a law providing for a 
suitable system ot direct nominations 
of candidates for public ofliees. 



Gift for Mr. Lascolles 
]jOXI30N, June 20.— On behalf of 
the Canadl.-ui baltlellelds commlssslon 
Lord Str.-ithcona today presented 
l'''rank ija.'H'ellos with a piece of ])late 
in honor of his work in connection 
with the liistoric jiagoant at the 
Cbaniplain tercentenary at tiuoliec in 
I'JOS. 



risliorlos AgToeinent 
OTTAWA. Juno 20. — rrofe.ssor llavld 
•Starr Jordaii, president of Leland Stan- 
ford Uidverslty, and special fisborles 
comuilsslouer of the United Kl.ites, is 
in the elty. He Intended to meet Pro- 
fessor Prince today to finally deid with 
some outstanding matters preliminary 
to bringing in force the flsborles ngreo- 
incnt, Professor Prince wan called 
away and Professor Jordan did not re- 
ceive Id.'i telegram. Thoro. will .conse- 
quently bo no negotiations, and Dr. Jor- 
dan will leave in the morning. 




Stock Speculators Encouraged 
By Feeling of finality — Agi- 
tation for inclbase of Rates 
' Likely to Follow 



'NEWS SUMMARY 

-Pago 

1 — C.N.1R. complete In four ye^irs 
Ca'uada'a debt to Earl prc\-. 
Prince Rupert Is end of toiir. 

2— Thinks council should lit-, 
posted. Favor Juvenile de- 
linquent court. Ijlquor li- 
cense foes increased. Sew- 
erage .system for Stewart. 
Exceeds estimate of expen- 
diture. 

3 — ■l^eiogatcs to meet attorney 
general. .Surveyors go ;"o 
locate road. Obsequies of 
late Chan Tong Ork. 

4— .Editorial. 

5 — Social and per.sonul. 
G — News oC the city. 

7 — News of the city, 
S— In woman's realm, 
a— Sport. 

10 — Additional sport. 

11— -Provincial news. - 

12 — Mlnlcig department. 

13 — Real estate. 
M — Marine. 

la — Markets. 

16— Classified advts. 

17— Mining dept. 
IS — Spencer's advt. 



NICW YORIv, June 20— Tho specu- 
lators In stock chose for the central 
obji.'ct of consideration today the sign- 
ing by l^resldont Taft of tlio railroad 
bill and tlie consequent completion of 
contemplated legislation on that sub- 
ject for tho present. ; • ' ' 

The favorable effect on the tone of 
the market from the .disposition of 
tlie railroad legislation may be due 
simply to a feeling of relief that It Is 
out of. the way. Some of its clauses 
are aVQwedly^ distasteful to thfc rall- 
■ivays and' shippers. The more Im- 
mediate Inlluence of the bill In tho 
stock market comes from the fact that 
Its passage will be made the signal 
for renewed notices of the Intended 
increase in frelglit rates. In the lin- 
ancial district the conviction Is gen- 
eral that In creases will bo granted 
whicli will conserve tho prosperous 
condition of llio railways, whether tho 
Increases aro equal to those asked or 
not. 

This conviction underlies the appre- 
hension that tactics of professed dis- 
content and alarm will be used by 
the railroads In the conduct of their 
campaign for the increase, tactics 
which mav operate to discredit rail- 
road securieies as well as to reccmi- 
mend com])llance with demands for 
Increased rates. Stocks of companies 
wliose executives are most openly dis- 
satisfied with the situation did not 
diverge noticeably from tho upward 
course of prices today. The active 
efforts of banks towards reconciling 
great shippers to the desired rate In- 
creases and tho necessary consultation 
witli the government authorities en- 
joined by the railroad bill carries a 
broad suggestion that future railroad 
rates are likely to be a subject of 
agreement which the ontl-trust law 
will hardly be invoked to prevent. 



IVf^mbers of University Site 
Commission Go to New Ter- 
minus — Speak of Their Vis- 

t Il;&;tp ■ I ntenHff^Jltie^^^^ - 



VIEW KOOTENAY 

AND OKANAGAN 



Cordial Reception at All Points 
— Given Opportunity to 
Judge Mineral and Agricul- 
tural Resources of Province 



VAXCOUVER, Juno 20.— After n ten 
day.s' tour of tlie Kobtenay and Oknna- 
gaii portton.s of southwestern Brltlsii 
Columbia, the membors of tho Unlvor- 
sily site coirunlsHlon returned to llio 
city today. Tliey will leave tonight for 
Prince ilupert, tlieir last visit on tliclr 
nearly complefed schodule. 

"\\a have luid n most dellglitfiil tour, 
and li.'ive boon cardiuUy received and en- 
tertained not only In Kootenny and 
Okanagaii, but In every portion of tbls 
vast province we liavo so far visited," 
said one member of tho commission. 

Tlio bronzed appearance of his col- 
leagues amply supported thi.s statfiment, 
ns they ware repelved by a party^^o^ load- 
ing local o'ducdUonists .on.'Jthoirj; Arrival 
hero this mornlnff'":" - "!' ''^ ci'v' ' ■ 

Having been shown e'vidoncps..nf tho 
vast, resources in other, portions '.of Brit- 
ish Columbia, the, cltlz«nt<;V.,:nf-.:" Nelson, 
Trail ^and'Revelstoke'and^thcC'.:^«pblhts 
vlslte'd showed they coinm)ssIor^oraV' the 
Tl.ches of the, surroundlngtaistrlctSi'JThey 
visited the smdltef at Tr^ll'andiiilso tho 
Coldstream ranch owned-by Lord Aber- 
deen. : ■ 



facilities for tho landing of tho 
Canadian Northern boats.' Gangs ot 
men aro engaged In getting out piles 
while when tho Prince Rupert wos at 
the'wharf a tug with a scowload ot 
railroad construction material reached 
thu port. 'Shipping at the mining camp 
is becoming very octlve, v. bout ar- 
riving there avery day. 

In conjunction with Its mineral pos- 
sibilities Stewart at present possesses 
tlui advantage over Prince Rujiert of 
having a herd of cows which snpiUli s 
the Inhabitants with milk and luittcr. 
There is good grazing land right 011 
the townslto and Khcop bavo been Im- 
ported and arc being utilized for sup- 
plying tlie need.'? of the settlors. 

Alderman Sarglson states that all tbn 
passengers who made the trip north 
on the-.iiiltUU run of the Prince Puiinvt 
were dellglitod with the treatnieni 
which they received at tho liamls uf 
Capt. C H. Nicholson, suporlntendent 
of the comjiany's S. fi. service as well 
ns from C.iptaln Barney .roliuson and 
tlm ofllcors and men if the vn.>;Hel. Tho 
trip was .a most en.loyablo one .'uid the 
comforts aboard the Princi' Ituperl 
were the subject of eulogy on every 
hand. 




AERPPyA NETRA VELLIN'G 

Lady : Al?dy Aa P^ss^nQorll^^jtH; G ra - 
ham Whlt6 Has Rather Start- 

ling Adventure. 

LONDON', Juno 20.— Graliam White, 
the Kngllsh aviator, who .iiwas near, 
winner of the ^Londbh-tp-^Ianchester 
prize of $eo;oaO, recently (inhdilnced that 
he would -take passengers ;1K his biplane. 
Lady /At;dy seQured^Uio ' rlgli't of first 
flight for £128. "The second and third 
flights wore to cost hor £14 lOs. The 
first flight was tried on Saturday. Soon 
after the start the engine of the ma- 
chine failed and the biplane fell. It 
liappened tliat It was only about ton 
feet In the air at the lime, and Lady 
Abdy land Wliito were uninjured. The 
machine was) badly damaged; 



STEWARI Lli 



Messrs, Mackenzie and Mann 
Prepare to Build Road in the 
Portland Canal District — Lo- 
cal Man C]ear First Section 



ATNIAGARA FALLS 



Large Meeting Assembles to 
Hear Address of Conserva- 
tive Leader — Sir James 
Whitney on Ontario Affairs 



XJAOARA PALLS, .Tunc :iO.— It. L. 
Borden and Premier Sir Jami\s "Whit- 
ney and i)arty were met at the Craiid 
Trunk station on tlu' arrival of tho 
train hy a largo crowd of citizens and 
were enthusiastically cheerod as they 
stepped off the car. The local receii- 
tion committee, who had ten autos In 
waiting, took the distinguished visi- 
tors in charge and drove them to all 
points of interest in Queen Victoria 
Park and about tho power plants an<] 
gave them a trip on tho Maid of the 
Jllst. 

Tlie spealcing tool; iilacc in Queen 
Victoria Park in the afternoon, wliero 
a large crowd assembled from Welland 
an<l Lincoln counties to hear tlw 
speeches ot the leaders. 

Mr. riordcn'i; topic was the conserva- 
tion of natural resources. 

Sir James Wliltney reviewed the 
work ot the provincial government. C. 
J. Doherty, oi Montreal, also spoke. 



That Stewart possesses many attrac- 
tions unusual hi a frontier town and 

that but little dinicuKy will he experi- 
enced In laying out and gr.Tding tlio 
fov/iiulto i« llio nplnidil of Alil. A. - G. 
Sarglson, wlio bad Just returned from 
a trip t" the new iiortbeni mining 
cainp. The niiul flats on the shore line, 
he states, liave a strata of hard pan. 
In the luiinodlato vicinity tlicie an? 
millions of Ions of rock, tlial tlio 
expense of fiadlni; and niacad;unl7,ing 
the streets of 'he new city will bo 
sninll. Tlio town l.s fhu so that tlio 
drainage system will probiibly have to 
be carried out by means ol" pumping. 

Tales of richer gold discoveries In 
the neighborhood were continually 
roacliing Htewnrt. Hargison states 

that It is iintieipatcd that the reef at 
I'.ltler Creek will pro\o very rich. ■While 
he was north a largo number of pros- 
peclors were preparing to leave for 
Alice Ann, a rich ■ mining t(>rrItory 
situated .sonic ISO miles by water from 
Stewart iiiul lying to the south of the 
camp. ] 'rospr'ctors wdio have already 
boeii over the :;round state tl'.at the 
liropertios at Alice Ci'oe;c aro very cer- 
tain to Jirovi- v.:: wealthy as those lo- 
i-ateil at Stewart and in that vicinity. 

Tlie v.-hiui'aHe faeilltlcK at Stewarl ar.' 
very bad aciionling to Aid. Sarglson. .At 
low tlile people debarldiig from lio;Us 
have Id wade aslioi'e. The bad landlug 
adds materially to the cost of freight. 
He caleulates that the extra cost Is 
some $1 a ton compared with v.'hat It 
would he were proper wharfage facili- 
ties provided. 

There Is every Indication of work on 
the Portland Canal .Shore lino b.-Ing 
commenced Immediately. The eniitract 
for the llrsl -1 miles has boon awardoil 
to Mr. f-ol, Cameron of tho Westholme 
Lumber company, the cost of clr'iirhig 
the right of way and grading being es- 
tiiiiiited at $.'jOO,000. A representative 
of IMr. Cameron came soiil|i on the 
Prince Hupcrt (ui his wa.>' to .Seattle to 
get men to work on clearing tho i-lglit 
of way. Some 100 or 500 men will bo 
required and the contractor hopes to 
obtain tlieso In fieattio and Vancouver. 

Ucprescntatlves of Messrs. Macken- 
zie & Mann are at present onffftgoa hi 
surveying the harbor so as to provide 
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SERIOU SLY B URNED 

Owner of Trotting Horse Suffers In 
Endeavor to Ressue Animal 
• FroVti ' Burning Stable. 

OTTAWA, June 20 — The Central 
Canada exhlbitlbn! huUdlngs were 
again tonight .-v^lsltod: by Arc. Mixed 
alarms delayedHh'e brigaae In getting 
to the scene, with the result that the 
Stables, in which were a number of 
valuable trotting horses, Av-2re de- 
stroyed. In attempting to rescue tho 
well known trotter Waterloo, Frank 
Putnam, tho owner, was seriously 
burned and was taken to St. Luke's 
hospital. All the race horses, eight, 
were safely romAved. Thd -.Vstables 
were frame structures, ao that^the' los.s 
will not exceed $15,000. 




Work of Artillery and Cavalry 
■= at PeteWaWa Camp Gom- 



Inspecting Officer 



His Excellency Attracts Atten- 
tion of English Business Men 
to Commercial Possibilities 
of This Couiiti^v^ 



MR. JOSEPH MARTIN 

. il\l OPEN REBELLION 

Canadian Northern Stock on 
London .Market Banke|s- 
Frowff on' Second ClaslSlr . 
curities from Canada . : ■'. 



LOXDOX, June 1!0,— iOarl Grey has 
already stirred Kngllsh business men 
to the commercial possibilities of Can- ' 
ada. Tho AVcstminster Gazette .says: 
"Ji;arl Grey, whom we are glad to see 
back In iCuglaud for a brief visit, is of 
the school of business viceroys. 
Hardly had ho landed when lio was 
preaching the possibilities of Canada." 
The paper tlien iiuotos ISarl Grey's 
communication urging Britisli com- 
mercial houses to send their best 
agents to Canada. . ' 

Canada's Representative ; 
Canada was represented hy one lone 
banner out of 700 In tho remarkable 
woman's sulfrage demonstration in 
London on .Saturday. A Canadian 
friend, watching the procession, gave a 
street urchin sixpence to run up to tho 
lady with tho Canadian banner to ask 
hor name, hut she replied that It was 
not; tp; l}e;Unq.vvn.; J .• J ^s^; . I 
■ ''^:";'''CautlJ>'n'^from- Bankers" 
Conservativo bankers again "state . 
that Canadian promoters with second- 
clasK securities to sell might as well 
stay at home and save their money, as. 
they cannot sell them here. Bunkers 
ridicule the flamboyant campaign In 
, , ir rM ■ > I I 1 ^'10 newspapers to' boom British Co- 

mends Itself to Distinguished »imhia iumber;:/stopkpivsasiUi?p^^^^ 

ments of prospeotlv.e^proflta.are'lafgoly 
exaggerated. / , ' ' : 

^-i MriyyiartfiiiSi:^ v 
Joseph/ JiIaHln(ijaW.co^ definite- 
ly against the ptfrty.'iuhder.>vhbfl6ium- 
brella ho won hls:;seat Ih^St.rPilnbras. 
if o says in h\a lettor'ln.the prcss'.tbdoy 
that lie has lost all.' confidence' In'- tho'ir, 
government, and he adds that'it IS' thesf v 
duty of every Radical to speak' out. be'-:" ■ 
fore the political peace now' being" 
patched uij hy Messrs. Balfour and 
Asqulth Is comiiletcd and the Liberal 
party:,forever destroyed; 

. Canadian - Northern -l^Stbck 
At last we g«t a gllmpsec'of what is 
to become of the Canadian Northern 
(Continued on Page 3) 



: .'MILITARY CAMP, l^ETEWAWA. 
Ont., .r'une 20.-^The 2nd and 8tli artil- 
lery 'brigades camoMn for a great deal 
of innlso from General French today. 

As a rule tho general has very little 
to say while. he Is ln.si}ecting, but lakes 
.a lot of notes. However, tho splendid 
performance of the five"" battorles.v of 
these brigades broke: his 'usual .silence, 
and nt a meeting of the officers after 
the Inspection he said that while lie did 
not wish them to think that their corps 
oould not learn any more, yet he was 
dellglited with the work of tlio day. 
Tho d/vlng wos splendid, but eouid 
have boon better. lie was much pleased 
with tho gunners and drivers lor tho 
efficiency. shown in gunnery. A .num- 
ber of times ha referred to the excellent 
horses. 

- In the afternoon the general inspected 
the cavalry. Owing to tho long In- 
spection of the artillery, which lasted 
undl long after, noon, tho cavalry was 
connneatp.- squadron arid regimental 
drill. The work was done exceptionally 
well. 



Manitoba Elevators 
WIXXIPEG, June 20.— -The Mani- 
toba grain elevator commission has 
already received ])etitio!is from four- 
teen points In tho province itor the 
purchase or erection of elevators. 
Requests for petition forms have also 
been received from ILS other point.^. 
A number of the apiilicants ask for 
petition forms for the erection ot el- 
evators, but the majority- .-ipiiear to 
favor the purchase of those already in 
existence. ' .Several pl;ices however 
have askeil a'ui forms of l.iotli kinds. 
G. v.. I^aplln Is now engaged in draw- 
ing up plans and s]ieciilcations for a 
standard elevator. These, it is ex- 
pected, will be irpady In a few days. , 



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Arrivals From United States 
During Past Six lyionths Well 
Provided With ' Specie — 
Many Still Come 



OF RAILWAY AGENT 



G reat. N o rthem Representative 
at New Westminster Disap- 
pears and Is Thought to' Be 
Temporarily Deranged • 



Wl.V.N'IPI^G. June 20.— Whilo llie num- 
ber of inunlgrants to tho west liuve 
numbered many thousands this year, in- 
nuirles;, jioyo, elicited, the ..foot thixl . the 
Introduction of specie to this country has 
ecllpBOd anv provloiis sIk months in tho 
history of the Douilulou. 

Hundrnds of farmers from tho west- 
ern states have talcoii uj) their homes 
to the n'osl. of U'lnnipeg. and It is coni- 
Iiuteil that they liuvo bniugbt witli lliem 
about ton million dollar.s. Tills healthy 
state of affairs shows no 'diminution, 
and on Tiiursday moiailng another 
couple of hundred homesoekers and In- 
vestors will pass through Winnipeg to 
explore the golden area towards the 
Pacific. 



Dies of Heart Failure 

LONDON, Juno 20. — Sir, Herbert 
Haylock, until recently assistant 
manager of the Bank of Montreal 
here, died yesterday of heart failure, 
uged 56. 



NIOW AVESTMINSTBR, June 20.— F. 
C. Meyer, Great Northern' agent here, 

disappeared 011 Saturday night under 
peculiar circumstances, and there Is as 
.\et 110 clue to ids wlioieabout.s. Ills 
h(iol<s, as far as Is \vl l;nown, are In good 
sliajio. 

l^ast night assistant agent W. G, 
Butcher opened tho letter box at tho 
office and found two letters and a tele- 
gram. One letter was addressed to Mr.s. 
Meyers and one to JlIr.,..Butcher, while 
the telegram was aildressjBd^b'the Qront 
.Vorthern suporlntohderitAdt 'Seattle, , ■ 

In his letter to his wife Meyers 'said 
that ho had then in his possesslbn that 
which woiild put him out of his misery. 
In his letter to Hutchor he said that he 
could not stand it any longer here and 
was desperate. Tietallcd Instructions 
wero given regarding tho work In the 
office, returns to inalfe, ami whero the 
Icey.^i were to be found. Mr, Pii teller was 
reqiic.sled to forward tho lelOKrani. 
v.-hieli was a notification that Meyer 
was leaviiifi for Seattle. The letter to 
iMr. ISulclier and the telegram bore tho 
.Sunday date, while the letter to Mrs. 
Meyers was dated Saturday. 

Meysrs was last seen on Saturday 
night on the. outskirts of the city. Ho 
hn4 f256 of :,hts '.own money in his pos- 
Hosstoh'wheii he left the office on Satur- 
day. The police do not' believe it. a caso : 
of suicide, but are Inclined'; to.- the,: belief;;': 
that Meyers was •teinporaflljj/ doi'anged 
through overwork. Meyers . ' came ■ to ■ 
this city in 1007. Ho ^yp8 well liked by 
everybody, • , .• 



Hankow Railway Loan 
PARIS, Juno 20.— -fircat Britain has 
asked the government8,of;Fran,ce, . Ger- 
many and the Uh|ted!S1l^tes3to- present 
an identical nbt6:t6''Chlna for' the Im- 
mediate .ratification of tho Hankow 
railroad agreement for a loan of ?30,- 
000,000. 

o ■ 

Good Weather for Crops 
(JALGARY, Juno 20.— .\ deluge of 
rain followed by warm sunshine has 
gladdened tho hearts of Alberta 
farmers. Rain threatened all yester- 
day nftornooi'.. showers commencing 
in tho evening and being followed by 
an exceptionally heavy downpour at 
an early hiiur this morning. 



VICTORIA DAILY CQLONIS'f 



Tuesday, Juno 21, 1910. 




Low Prices for 

Gas Ranges 

A'Va pffcr a handsome, 
nickel-plated single-oven 

. ''GURNEY SUCCESS" 

Gas. Raiige, with inch 
bake-ovcn, 4 hole and one 
simmering bnrner, set np in 
your,, kitchen, alL ready to 
cdbkiJvvitli^fbrVbiily $20.O0 



Cor. Fort and Larigley St^. 



Tel. 1-23 



SHOULD BE POSIEO 



PARTICULAR PEOPLE WILL FIND OUR 
STOCK OF 

FRESH 

^ JUST TO THEIR FANCY 

Cantaloupes, each 1 5c 

Peaches, i-lb. boxes 15c 

Cherries, per lb 20c 

Gooseberries, 2 lbs 25c 

Strawberries, 3 boxes 25c 

Bananas, per- dozen ...» 35c 

Naval Oranges, per dozen 40c 

SPECIAL 

HONOLULU PINEAPPLES, each 10<* 



a 

Cor. Yatei ana Dougrlas Sis., Pb'onei 3l2 



Alderman Sargison of Opinion 
Tliat Aiderinen Are Not Be- 
ing Kept Infomied of Civic 
Develo piiiertts^S^f 




The Cleared Lots at Qualicum Beach,' 
Newcastle District, are now on the mar- 
ket in tracts pf from thirty, tp forty acres. 

For plans and.' prices apply to L. H. 
Solly, Land Agent, Victoria, or L. E, Allin, 
Local Agent, Parksville. 




A FULL LOT, near the new branch of the Canadian 
Bank of Comimerce. For a quick sale, price $4500 
'JMiis is the best scmi-bnsincss property in tlic city. 
There arc ah'eady several Stores and a Bank oper- 
ating- In this same block- 




Office Open Evenings, 8 to 9 o'CcIock 
Phone 645 619 Trounce Avenue 



THE K EY TO SUC- 
CESS IS HERE 



READ THtS AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE TO SAY. 

MONEY IN IT FOR YOU 



THEpE IS 



It' M l)oy \v;ims to c.-irti lib: own moiic.w the ( 'olrpnlsl will liolp liiin do It. 
The Culonist needs a fow industrious boys as carriers. By tlellvcr- 
Ing tlie Colonist In the morning , outside o£ school hours, a boy can 
cam his own money without n s.-iociating with untleslrnblo corapaii- 
iniip. Tile liny thus eii^affed Is not the kind to Rt-t Into trouble. 'J'liiH 
kind of l)oy Is bound to win. The trainhiK tliat he will get will be of 
iMCHtlniable valuo In later life and through his work for the Colotilsl 
will help lay tho foundation pi a successful career and a useful clti- 
zonshlp. Boys that -would liko to carry the Colonist will please make 
application nt the Colonist Circulation Department, 




The UnWerasl Kcmedy for Acidity of tli« 
StomECii. Headache, Ucaitbum, Indigestion/ 
8r lu 12iuct«tioiu, , BUiott* «. ' jlflecUoaii.'' 



Thn Pliysici»n%' 
Cure for Gout, r 
llhciiinntio 
and GraveL 

.t Safest atidCino«t 
. Gentle Medicine (or 
..' Infanta, Children, 
£clicatc Females, 
And tUo 
iljkncoB of I'rcgnancy. 




The fact tluit Mayor Moiloy has not 
seen fit to take the eonneil Into lii.s eon- 
Cldenee ami permit them to useei'taln the 
eonteaiH of the luport recently nuuie hy 
11, Jl. Burwell, enKac.ed to report upon 
Sooke I^ake a.s a source oC water supply 
and producer of power .-mil the cost of 
eoiiHlructlnK the tunnel route, was made 
the subject of a protest entered by Ald- 
erman Surifkson at last nlslu's meetlnff 
of the city oomicll. The AVnrd Klvo re- 
presontutlvo bell'Oved. the report -ihrni 
been In the hands of tlie mayor forrthe 
past month, but he had not seen' It. Was 
It favorable to the Sooke Janice scheme, 
and was It uddresscd merely to the 
mayor or to tha council? 

Mayor Morloy stated' the report was 
not full enough to permit of die council 
arriving at a definite eonclUKlon. so he 
had recpiested Mr, Burwell to .supple- 
ment H. by additional iiiformatum. Mi-. 
OvirwoU i.s now securing the necessary 
additional d;Ua, ami doubtless Ills fuller 
report will he in In a few days, when a 
meetliiR of the joint council citizens' 
committee will he anain called and tlie 
mmter fjoiiu^ Into. 

.•\ldermiui SarKl.son also objected to 
tlie fact tliat lliouKh an auditor lias been 
at work on the cit.v liooks, etc., for some 
time no lutornuitlon as to Ills rindla;;s 
had been vouchsafed to the council. He 
was aware the finance commlltco had 
the matter in hand, .but had nay report 
been made to that cotpmlttee? People 
on the outside -were -wdndertng- when tlie 
re.^ults of the audit were to be made 
I)ublic. 

.\layoi- .\Iiirley believed Alderman Har- 
SlHon's roiiKirks were i)ractlcally a vote 
of want of confidence In the finance 
coihmlttee. Wlicn the report was ready 
the council would know' Its contents. 

Alderman .McKeown, clialriiiau of the 
finance committee, admitted that no re- 
liort lia.s as yet been made to that body, 
hut his wor.shlp .stated that the auditor, 
Mr. I-iellhvell.. had made a few slate- 
men ts relatU'e to the audit. 

Alderman I-anglcy doubted the wisdom 
of inaklns the report public at this 
Junclure. 

"Win Get Interim Report 

]''inally Alderman Sarsisou won his 
point, anil Jlr. llelUwell will be asked to 
make an Inteiim report. 

The .•<uf;.';estlon of a number of local 
hardware firms that the city should, 
wliere possible, Rive preference to ffood.s 
iianiiled hy liical concerns, and that 
each should >,'et ;i share of the business 
was productive of much discussion, when 
the. mayor oplhed' that It began "to look 
as If there was a jp'omTjlnfe Hero among the 
dealers, ' 

Tenders had recently been called for a 
large number of articles of hardware 
goods, and the firms joined lii-subniltt- 
iiiK a tender pointing out that 
the prices fjuoted ' were fair 
and as low as could rca.sonably bo ex- 
pected. Tliey were .all heavy taxpayers, 
and the city sliould patronize home con- 
cerns even if a little more lia<l to be 
paid. The firms who Joined in tliiis ten- 
dering wore: Wal.Mia .v MaegrcKor, liiu 
Hickman Tye company, the B. C. Hard- 
ware compun.v, the Drake Hardware Co., 
the -Victoria Hardware Co.. the Shore 
Hardware Co.. Walter S. Fraser ami 
Company, IS, G. Prior and Co., and AV, 
IJownass. 

"in the states they, have' a law 
against combines," ■. remarked Mayor 
Morlpy, / • 

"We nee'a '.something oit that kind 
hero. It looks as If -we; will have to 
advertise In outside' cities." 

Other members of ' the board believed 
the llrms would give as fair a price 
as possible and as each would get a 
share of the business there was no 
reason why ji little more could not be 
paid them even If outside Ilrms could 
do .some better. 

His worship declared the city did not 
h.-ivo the right- to do otherwise than 
hay In the open market and at as low 
a lignro as pos.slblc. 

The communication was referred to 
the purchasing agent for I'eport as to 
whether the prices quoted would be 
considered fair and reasonable. 

Now Petition la. 

The ci(>- ass(^ssor .^-eported upon the 
ni'w petition suhmitled by o^vne^8 on 
I'm I stictt asking f-or street Improve-' 
im iKs and street widening, the cost of 
Iho furmer to he charged for on the 
frontage iiasls and of the latter on the 
hasi.s of assessable value as shown On 
Iho llniu io!l. The petition had been 
.•siKmii iiy if. owners representing n 
value of ?:!IM..-iril), while tho.so Who haVe 
iioi signed arc ll.S repiesenting a value 
of $L'l,s,i;,-.o, Tiie i)etltion asked that 
tlie cost of the widening he distributed 
over ra) year.s, while the cost of pave- 
ment lie coiilinued over L'O years. The 
re,pi.-si of the owners will lie granted 
and the necessary hylaw prepareil. 

Tlie i-cque.st of property owners on 
Yates street lietwicii lilanchard street 
.-md Cook stn'Ct, v.lieiv boulcvarding 
work Is now nailer way. that such 
work he stopped and tliat portion of 
the thoroughfaro be Imiiroved in n 
manner similar to that to the westward, 
hy permanent paveiiient. sidewalk,'!, 
street lighting ,systoin, underground 
wires, etc.. was referred to the engl- 
ne<'i' for .-in r'stimato of cost. The 
invni'rs stale they are willing to pay 
I'm- the cost of the work already done 
in houlovai-dlng. 

'I'lie city purchasing agent and saiil- 
l.iiy inspector reported on the lenders 
reocntly ri'celved for garbage tins. 
Tliey recommend that the contract ho 
awarded .Messrs, (^ooley & Sons at %" 
per till, a llgiiic which Is higher tliaii 
those innieil liy other tenderers hut the 
I in is I he niosl siiilalile one. The re- 
coinniondation, however, will go to the 
lieaith and morals-. conTmlttee. before 
being approved.' ' ' ' • 

Accept Highest Teutler. 

Tlie teniler of the Can.ndian Oenernl 
I I'llectric company for arc iigliling ec|uip- 
mcnt will lie accepted. The amount of 
the teiiil'T was' $l,TOS a.s against $l,n7;i 
of the Canailian Westliigliouse coni'-, 
paiiy, )iul the good.s, aceonlliig to llie 
eleetrl'' liglil eommillee's report, have 
Ihe advaiit.igo of being <if a similar 
lype and make to plant recenlly In- 
sialled thus avoiding the necessity of 
carrying spai'e parts in duplicate. 
There are one or two reducvloii.s to be 
made In tlie figures of the General 
vnectrlc company, however, which will 
bring tliat tender , dqwn^.to almost the 
same flguie as the other. 

ye-.'cral bylaws .for locnl Improve- 
ment works were put through and the 
hylaw to be submitted to . the . rate- 
payers to authorize the granting of cer- 



tain city lands at S-prlBR Rldgc to tho 
school board a.s a site for the new Itlgli 
school was also put through its pre- 
liminary .'ilages. Tho bylaw providing 
for tho widening of sidewalks on Doug- 
las street was passed. ■.■;"'■:'..» 



LOCATING^ROUTES 



B. C. Eleotrlc Compnnyii.Puts'sSeoond 
Survey Party in -Saanich-iiDis- 
trict. -, , 

Another survey party.' of '.16 :mon^was 
sent out ycslerday>by; the "'B.i C; 'Eleor 
trie company to locate~a-,prbboble 'route 
for one of the IntorurWn-.Unps-'Whlch 
the company contemplates'i?,i running 
through tho ' Saanlch -tllslrlct. ■ ; There 
are now two parties In ' the field, the 
llr.st having been at worlc for the past 
two weeks. Several convenient routes 
will be located and that nnally decided 
upon win depend upon what measure 
of support the company receives from 
tho property owncr.s of the district. 
Many of the owners have already slg- 
nilied iholr intention of bonu.iing Hie 
cimipnny with land so anxious are '.hey 
to secure the much needed tram faclli- 
tle.^ and a petition In circulation among 
the o\yners of the district Is being 
largely-j Slgned promising. ';sul>stantlal.,ald 
to thie coinpany'.s' undertakings . • . " 



FAVOH jyVENILE 



Children's Aid Society Urge 
Upon City Council Need of 
Taking Over Recently Estab- 
lished Home 



That the city should take steps to 
operate the home now being conduct- 
ed by the Children's Aid Society and 
make provision for the establishment 
of a Juvenile Delinquents' Court, as 
provided for by legislation recently 
etiaclcd, was tho plea of a deputation 
of members of the society which wait- 
ed upon the clly council last evening 
pur.suant to a resolution passed at 
tlu! recent annual meeting ot tlio so- 
ciety. The deputation was composed 
of night Rev. Bishop Pcrrin, KIght 
Rev. Bislioi) .Mucdouald, Rev, W. Les- 
lie Clay, .Mr. Charles Ilayward, Mes- 
daincs Gordon Grant, Cooper and Jen- 
kins. 

Mr. Hayward, roforring to the ac- 
cepted principle that it Is wiser to 
save the child than to reform tho 
criminal, pointed out tho Important 
work which .the' socloty. has been und 
I.s doing ln;-..;lciolclng after' neglected, 
dependent 'ch'lldren';*-'" 'A'' ' home " has 
been established -hero . and furnished, 
and a matron placed: In charge;' ' But 
tlio society feels that It cannot carry 
on the work as the financial burden 
is too great, bast year's council was 
api^roached and promiseil to recom- 
mend to the present council that a 
grant of $-00 11 niontli be niado to- 
wards the society's work, liut the 
city should go further. 11 should es- 
tiibllsii :i juvenile dcllntiucnls' court. 
The city, by law, can appoint a judge 
to carry on the work, and It might be 
that some duly qualllled gentleman 
would ('onsent, for tho lime being, at 
least, to act in that capacity for 
nothing. 

Rev. Mr. Clay spoke of the good 
work being done by the society and 
the necessity of establishing tlie 
court. 

Illshop Perrln urged that the so- 
ciety's roiiuest be granted. The work 
was one In which the whole com- 
munity should share, and It. should 
not be left, as In the past, to the 
generosity of a few persons to pro- 
vide !'£undB for. a work which vitally 
affects the eatlre com^nunlty; 

Bishop Macdonaid also appealed to 
the council to accede to tho wishes 
of the society. 

After some tliscussion tho matter 
was referred to a joint committee of 
four members from the council and 
the society, the council representa- 
tives being tlie M.iyor and Aldermen 
JlcKeown, Bishop and Humber. 



FOR 8TEWM 



Hon. T Taylor Tells Citizens of 
Mining Camp That Govern- 
; ment Will Expend , $20,000 
t=^~BayiVVhai^fa|l€adn^ 



As a resull of the visit of Dr, \V. 
Bapty, of tlie provincial health depart- 
ment to Stowart, the government will 
make a grant of $20,000 towards tlie in- 
stallation of a sewerage .sj-steni. The 
total iinioinit to bo expended is ?nO,000, 
the balance^ being sub.scrlbed hy the 
to wnsite, company. The Hon. T. Taylor, 
mlnister'-.bfi'publlo works, who made the 
trip north on tho Inst run of the Prince 
Xluport. vl.slted the new mining camp In 
company with .Mr. W. Marison, M.P.P. 
Ho was met there hy a conihilttco of 
tho eitizons, whom hu Inforniod that tlie 
government had decided to make tho 
grant In (piestlon. The citizens recog- 
nized that everything possible was be- 
ing done In the matter. 

-\Vhile Mr. Taylor was In ,'<ie\v!irt. the 
necesHily for further wharfage was 
brought to his attention. He polnti!d 
out that the provincial govoranient bail 
already e.-ipended J7,000 on a wharf, The 
citizens stated, that a fui tlier ;i 0.000 
would Jjemeposaary to make die approacli 
from the to-wn side properly negotlablo 
for freight and passenger traffic. Mr. 
Taylor stated that the Dominion gov- 
ernment had promised to spend some 
57,000 on wharfage facilities, and -ivhen 
the provincial wharf was built had 
stated that It slioiild he handed over so 
that Improvements could be carried on 
In connection with It. The province had 
handed over Its property some months 
ago, hut as yet the nomlnlon govern- 
ment had taken no steps to fulfil its 
part of the bargain. 

Mr. Taylor returned lo Prince Ru- 
pert aboard the G, T. P. sleam.shlp, and 
goes from there to tlie Interior as far as 
Port G.eorge, returning to "Victoria bv 
way of.Quesnel, and inquiring into the 
needs of the dif ferent 'points which lie 
visits. 



Oak Bay Council Short $3,000 
In Local I mprovernent. Work 
—Bylaw :fdr';Destruction of 
Caterpiilars 



FES INCeSEO 



City CouncH Decides on Large 
Inci'ease to Existing Rates 
— To Become Lffective July 
15 Next 



Higher liquor license fees will lie 
the rule eonimencliig ,Iuly la. the lic- 
ginning of the new license term. Tlio 
city ciiiincll ia.st night decided on tills 
step when the roconimendatloii of the 
finance comnilttee that all licenses 
lie advanced to %\VM per year was 
adopted the only opposition being made 
against the liicroasc of the bottle li- 
cense fee. The committee's report did 
not mention bottle licenses and Mayor 
Morley called attention ' to the om- 
ission. He' also took occasion to re- 
mark that he had ' hoped, to See the 
fees Increased to $800 and even nt that 
figure they would be considerably less 
than the fees prevailing In other 
cities. 

liy the coiincir.s (ieci.sion last night 
saloon and hotel licenses will bo in- 
creased from $!nO yearly to .$050. res- 
tfiuraut licenses from $300 to $fi."iO and 
bo.ttie lli'cnse from .?2."iO to .'Jij.'jO. Ko 
cliunge in the wliolesaie lUiuor llcciis- 
es was made as the limit fl.\ed by law 
wM a. reached last year. 

Tho necessary amendnrient will ho 
made to tho Ijlquor License bylaw to 
permit of the new- foe coming Into 
force with the Iieginnlng of the now 
license term, at which time the now 
roguliUion.-; relating to; the 'Sale of 
liquor ill restaurants AvIU'-'alsd com- 
mence to opc'rate, 

Aklennan Langloy believed a hotel 
which affoi-ds accommodation to tho 
travelling public and to tliat extent is 
11 necessity nnd an .t^dvantage to a city 
Hliovfld i)ot pay 'asShlgh ,a ,>llcense ns a 
saloon which is n mere drinking 
place but the city solicitor stated that 
tliern exists considerable doubt as to 
whether saloon and. hotel licenses can 
he seiiaratcd. He advised that legal 
advice on that point bo obtained. His 
suggestion, however, .,was not acted 
upon. 

Alderman Mablo, Bishop, fiarglson, 
liungley opposed the Increasing of the 
bottle license foe but the balance of 
the council voted to make all fees 
alike.- Alderman Humb6r was not 
present, , 



'I"he, amount ' estimated by - the Oak 
Bay council for street repairs and un- 
completed works for the iiast fiscal 
year has been over oxiiended, and a 
njrther sum of $3,000 will be required. 
Tho matter came up for consideration 
at last night's council meeting, when 
the loads committee drew tile atten- 
lloii of the council to the fact that tho 
Oak Bay Act. 1910, hold.s the council to 
a margin of ten per cent, over the 
estimated cost of work.s of local im- 
provement. Tlie report of the streets 
commltlee. in ivhicli the above was l:i- 
corporated,^ was adopt.ed. 
■',Tlie. municipality'^ erielneer has been 
Instructed' to- further the. cbmpletlon of 
the plan, and the estimated foot front- 
age In order that the. wa:tep works loan 
byla%v /nay be proceeded with as soon as 
possible. 

Tho contract between the municipal- 
ity and tho ->.'ictorla Country club, 
whereby tho latter i.s permitted to hold 
six days racing at tlio Willows track 
was read and approved It holds the 
club responsible for everything whicli 
happens during the races, prevents the 
selling of spirituous liquors on the 
grounds, the club depositing with the 
council a cheque for »600 as a guaraiiteo 
that it will observe Its r^espoiislbillty 
embodied In the contract 

27oxlou« Inseots 

In spite of objections from .Alderman 
Sproule, the no.'cious insects bylaw, 
which provides for the destruction of 
caterpillars and such pests, was finally 
recon.sldered and passed. The object- 
ing councillor stated that the bylaw 
should be given fuither conslder,atUiii. 
In tlie matter of these pests tlie mun- 
icipality was the greatest transgressor, 
Xo effort was made lo remove tlioni 
from municipal owned ground;;. He be- 
lieved that the council was jiassing too 

m.-n.y l.yl.-.ws:. ,u„l in r.>S,..-.Ct t'-> the 

one under consideration, he liad had no 
time to consider It, He omitted to piil 
his obioctlons In the form of an amend- 
ment, and the motion carried. 

Mr. Alexis Martin, who wrote nsldiig 
what stops were being taken towards 
the construction of a .sldewallc on tho 
I west side of Foul Bay road from Oak 
Hay avenue to the boundary will be In- 
formed that the matter of the class of 
sidewalk to be laid Is still under con- 
sideration. 

The council approved a resolution of 
the roads coninilltee as follows: "That 
this committee observes tliat expendi- 
ture is heiiig made on works of local im- 
in-ovemont under tho autliority of tlie 
council, and recommends tliat iho roads, 
sewers, bridges and bulkllng.s conmiltteo 
see that bylaws are completed and pass- 
ed before any works of local Improve- 
ment are proceeded -(Vlth. In accordance 
with the advice of this Solicitors." 

In the absence of Reove Henderson, 
tlie cliair was occupied by .Councillor 
McGregor, all the rest- of the councillors 
being pre.seiil. 



WANT DUTY REIVilTTED 



I.,ONDON. June 20 — Eosolutions 
calling upon tho govornnient to remit 
the duty on sugar made from produce 
grown in ''Ireat Britain and Ireland 
are being adopted In iinglaiul by cham- 
bers ot commerce and agriculture and 
other public bodies. There is still a 
sharp conlllct of opinion as to the 
practicabllltj^ iOf sugar-beet growing- 
Althotigh th'e Lelcpstershiro chainher 
of commerce adopted on S.atiirday a 
resolution in favor of tlie remission of 
the duty, one of the nioinh<>rs, a 
practical farmer, said he wa.s con- 
vinced that the industry would no.', 
"answer" In Leicestershire owing to 
tho large tracts of land required to 
feed a single -factory. 

noferrlng, to ■ an .experiment- ■.;whlch I 
he..and: the Earl- of ' Denbigh had made, 
lie j said ''tbeijr'.i'grftwf^^^^^ In exactly the 
sasriei^idhdltlonffSas -mangolds, and se- 
cured' 'froth,; fifteen to eighteen tons 
per acris.'- Thte beet- was ■ small - but 
hardy and resisted frost. 



r 



" The Men's Store " 




For many years choice dressers the world over have- never 
found any brand of UNDERWEAR, SOCKS, Etc.^tb eqtial 
that of the famous DR. JAEGER. . We carry a' fine assort- 
ment of these world-rcno\\nied g;qods)/artcl, -\v6uld recommend 
to 3-fJur notice as unrivalled for "summer and outing- wear: — ■ 

Dr. .Jis^eger's Woo! Taff^t,a 



I^egligee style, with attached collar or separate collar and 
double-fold cuffs, etc.— the .smartest and most comfortable" of 
all summer shirts. -i , _ 

This is .essentially a Shirt Store. Drop in anytime when pas- 
sing and let us show you our many different styles arid makes. 
Popular Prices Prevail 



MEN'S FURNISHERS, 
•1221 Government St., and Trounce Av. 




MAGI Water, being a uric-acid solvent, brings re- 
markable relief to rheumatic users. For gout, gravel 
and other troubles arising from disordered kidneys, it 
possesses very decided therapeutic value. Nor does it in 
any way derange the normal functions of tho organs. 

Yet, tho use of MAGI U not confmed to invalids; a gl<isi of MAGI 
before breakfast v/ill keep the mo<t robu*t in the full glow of per- 
fect health — tones ono up for the dny'» work. 

For the table, tho crystal purity nnd wonderfully "fresh" taste of 
MAGI make it unexcelled. There is no mustineai about MAGI — 
it IS not a "dead" water in any sense of the term — just the 
oimpiest and most delicious beverage you could unagine. 

Bolded only at the Sprmn, MAGI Wator. rilhor plain or carbonated, 
may bo boualit from coait to coait. It ii >oId in split*, pint*, quarts 
and half-iralloDS ot cafes, botels, bys, dru(-storos. on nulroad-dinins . 
and cof a-cars, : or by your rrocar by lha bottla or the cue. ,'. . 




Caledonia Springs Co. Ltd. 

Caledonia Springs, Ont. 






nEjlD OFFICE, TORONTO 

B. E. WALKER, President 
iXBXAIIDER LAIRD, General Uanager 



ESTABLISUED 1807 



Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 
Reserve Fund, - 6,000,000. 



Branches throughout Canada, and hi the United States and England " 

SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT 

Deposits of $1 and upwards are received apd interest'allowed at current 
rates. Accounts may be opened in- the names of two or ■ 
more persons and withdrawals made by any !■ 
one of tlicm or by the survivor. - 124 
r. Crawf orcl, Manairori Victoria Branoh. , . : 




•JhQ Perfect Food** 

. In gi]ging,ggpd health no other 
food compares with Malta- Vita 

—tlie perfect whole- wlieat food. This/^ is 
because Malta- Vita, rich in nutrition, is*so 

easily digested;' and_ assimilated tliat all its valuable life-ri, 
piviug food elements are quickly taken up by the blood; 
No otlier food so completely meets all the demands of 
the body and no other is so good to eat. Baked crisp and brovvu, 

^ every grain of the nialted wheat a little wafer flake, Malta- Vita 
is always 1 appetizing, delicious and satisfyiug:. Try some today 

► with n\llk^rjcreain.t t—^-j 

M All groce^:^^^^^ 



ineveritasted auything quite so good. 



COLONIST WANT ADS' BRING RESULTS 



Tuesaay, June 21, 1910. 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Two^Pieced 



DELEGATION. TO lEET, 



Just received by express,. 50 more Fashion Graft, two pieced 
Summer Suits to snpply' the;ey.er iricreasihg demand for these 
high grade clothing- 

When we placed our first order we thought we had over- 
bought a little, but we jliavc Ij^ad to send in two repea;t orders 
already, and the season"^ only'' nicely started. Our clothing 
business has exceeded our most sanguine expectations. . 

THERE'S A REASON ' . , 
The Fit-'ahdrWorkmanship of Fashion Craft Clothes'- leave 

' ' nothing to desire '' • ••*•..* 'r 



Price $15 to ps 



T. B. 



•J 



F. A. .GOWEN, Managing Director 



So little ns to want to glvo or 
use for It anythinK but the best. 
"Whether it bo t'oods, Syrups,- 
Brushes, Combs, T.oiU't Water, 
Talcum Powder, Perfume, Soap, 
Sponges, Puffs, etc., sho should 
use the greatest euro in their 
selection and. place of purchase. 

Assure baby's health and 
comfort by 'buying' from 




CYRUS H. BOWES, CHEMIST 

1228 Government Street • Tels. 425 and 450 



Sale of Children's Dresses, made up in Checked and 
Striped Ginghams. Regular value up to $2.00. 



/Itsaic^m This Week 




THE CBmF m TBB ZIITO IS XEO: EFFIiOTXVB PABV OF A 

Washboard-"Eddy's*'21h r tfnd " in I" 

Aresso-tiahied. because all the GOOD FEXTIJRES in. the 
CRIMPING of the ZINC of all others are combined, conse- 
quently are the 

Most Improved and Up-to Date 

They make washiiit;- oa.sy, and no lorn clothes. TRY THEM. 
Also Eddy's Fibrewrare Tubs and Pails 
Made in one .solid jiiecc. No hoops to fall off. Cannot 
leak. Will not rust. Will not taint liquids. 

Are Light and Durable 

THE E. B. EDDY CO., LTD., HULL, CAN. 

"Always c\•cl■■\•^\■llc■rc in Canada a.'=1c for Edrlv's Matches." 



Seek Modification of Order De- 
nying Public Access to Pri- 
vate Portion of Registry Of- 
ficesv r-, • 



Hon. W. J. Bowser, Attornoy-Gonoral, 
Jibs , arranged to recolvert a deputation of 
Victoria, realty men tomorrow afternoon, 
who . seek ■ .to ,■ secure , some modification 
of the recently .promulgated- rule denying 
the general' ptibUe aecesB to the jjrivate 
quartors/ln the land registries, . It Is ex- 
tiomely doubtful If success, will attend 
tlio icnrcsentatlons that iiro to bo puf 
foiwuril. the Jllnlster and his rospon- 
S11310 siiuordinatos bolng quite agreed 
tlint the policy of tlio pa.st l.s open to 
manifold obJectlonK. It i.s doubtful, in- 
deed, If In any ollior jiart of Canada or 
elsewlierc, the custom liolds srood of pur- 
mlttlnfT the general public to hanaio at 
will official documents, -who.so safety 
Is wholly contlneont upon the honesty 
ond good intentions of the visitor. Tho 
appropriation of certain papers from tho 
Vancouver Registry, as well as attempt- 
ed erasure of penollled- records on tlio 
archives of that registry; are amon^,' tlio 
things bringing about the recent order. 
The efforts in the direction ol' oblitera- 
tion of portions of the records on tho 
boolts were detected in tlmo to prevent 
liannfiil re.sult.s. While such a reason, 
declares tlio attornoy-noncral, is suffi- 
cient to ncocunt for the action of tho 
Kovornmont, it is not the only one which 
prompted the order closing the inner 
office. 

It la declared with considerable franlt- 
ness that some of those who !iad access 
to tho orchlvos. for the purpose of 
Koarohlng titles made a practice of pay- 
ing for One search and thien making sev- 
eral, to the financial loss of the office 
and their own enrichment. . Concerjilng 
this point, Hon. Mr. Bo"wser made no 
statonii/t, except tho rather sienifloant 
one that it had been reported to him that 
under the new conditions it was expected 
that the revenue of the registry offices 
of tho province from searches - would 
show an Increase. 

Hon. Mr. Bow.'jcr stated that In tho 
Victoria office it hud been found that 
the mombors of tlio clerical .staff were 
able to do twico as much work since tho 
pasKhiK of the order ns they wero before 
able to perform. Ho ej:pocted that a 
.similar effect would be observable In tlio 
Vancouver office. I)ofore tho offices 
were closed so many people were allowed 
to enter them that tho clerks wore In- 
terfered v/lth in their work. 

"It Is our desire to so conduct the 
nf fairs . of the land registry offices of 
this province that the public will bo 
satisfied with thtj service they afford, 
and in, order to, do this it Is necessary 
that conditions shall be such as will 
permit tho clerical forces of tho various 
offices to perform their tasks with oa 
little Interfoiciice as possible," declared 
Hon. Mr. Bowser. ■'In tho past too 
many people have had access to tho 
books, and the clerk-s have on that ac- 
count been considerably hampered. Brit- 
ish Columbha is tho only provlnco where 
such freedom of access to tho land ro- 
cords was countenanced. Tho closing of 
the offices was ordered so that the best 
possible service might 'be- tendered the 
general public." 



SUReORS GO 



TO LOCATE ROAD. 



Party of Twenty, tlie Second to 
Leave in Interests of Cana- 
dian Northern Ry. Leave For 
Up-the-lslahd 



aotlvo imemberr~A. platiorm'/was built 
out , into. 1 the-i_Btr.eetJ;a^^^ 
were .placed .-tlib r.ti^eJKonored rpas't^ pigs 
gaily dooorated; wUh' colored paper and 
around these < there burned the scented 
Chlneaa punks. The blor was brought 
out and placed on a table and around 
this there wei'e.v performed exercitJaR 
mystifying ito.i the .Oobldontal. 

Xhe- cortege was formed about 11 
o'clock and preceded by the' mourners 
in their ■ bright' colored garments; the 
hearse, drawn by four' horses, mado Its 
way to the cemetery of tho Chinese 
Consolidated' ;.Heform Association,, at 
Foul Bay. The city band' was transport- 
ed to the • scene of action there In. a 
tally-ho. The 'procession was an ex- 
traordinarily long one and there were 35 
carriages in attendance. ;- . The China- 
man likes to be :UP-t6-datej and to this 
end on Sunday ' an Ihnovsttloh was in- 
troduced in local funeral: processionSi 
for thoro were seven aiitomobllos which 
followed in the train of tho hearse and 
carried out the high dignitaries of the 
society. ■ • ■ ' ''..'VrV'' ■ ■ . , ' ■ 

Although tHe.='day''dia not look very 
proml9ingf:at»a;.li was' damp underfoot) 
a Jarge-'numiier'-o . made the 

journey 'out "to the cemetery either by 
automobile or street 6tir' to watch the 
interesting proceedings that wero car- 
ried on there. The stroots were crowd- 
ed as tho long procession wended Its 
way to Fuul bay. 

AVhen tho cortege reached the ceme- 
tery gates, dll got out of the carriages 
and motor cars and formed a proces- 
sion' which headed by the band, play- 
'.ncj tho hymn "Nearer My Go<l to 
Thee," slowly marched to tho furnaces 
located on the cemotory grounds. Hero 
a host of punks wero lighted and much 
paper was turned into ashes, which flow 
up In the air and caused much annoy- 
ance to the spectators other than tho 
Chinese, alighted on women's new 
summer hats and men's best/ Sunday 
clothes. 

When this had been carried out to 
tho satisfaction of tho Chinese iiresent 
and the roast pigs wero duly placed in 
their positions near the furnace;, tho 
coltln was taken out of tho hoarso and 
placed on tho ground. Around the bier 
his relatives gathered, and with their 
heads covered with sackcloth thoy 
knelt and loudly mourned. There wore 
14 of them altogetlior, and with their 
faocs In their hands and bowed to the 
ground they walled and mado mournful 
noises, while tho members of the Chi- 
nese Consolidated Reform Association 
formed a lino and reverently passed 
around the bier, bowing with rcspecY 
as they passed. When at length tho 
last member had passed by, tho rela- 
tives, with their hair flowing down 
their back.-! and clad over all In white 
cloth, wero escorted back to tho waiting 
carriages. To tho surprise of tho Euro- 
i:io;iiis present the colYln waa again 
placed in the hearse and the procession 
returned to town. 

Tho body will rest hero for two 
months boforo being shipped back to 
Ills blrtli place, Canton, China, where 
Interment will take place. 

As tho carriages with tholr loads 
filed out of tho gate after It was all 
through each of the Chlncso present 
was presented with a small paper en- 
velope which contained a coin, which 
the Chinese affirm brings tho possessor 
good luck along with tho compliments 
of tho deceased. Tho coins which 
Chan Tong Ork donated wero of a lar- 
ger denomination than those usual. It 
was probably or\ account of his wealth, 
that he mado It foh cents Instead of 
five cents. There wero a few lucky 
whltemen who also shared In the dead 
man's generiislty. 




CANADA'S DEBT 

TO EARL GREY 

(Continued from Pago 1.) 



common stock. The roniiiaiiy has licou 
trying recently td I'onn a syiuUcatc to 
inirclmso .£3,000,000 liv.-' ric-r cf-nt. 
Income cluirgo ni'in-convcrtiiili? di-lii-n- 
Uiro stock. J:;acli iK.'r.Sdii a]i|'i'>a(.'licil 
was bound to the .slrict.r.sl .s.^-i-.-cy, hut 
somo details havi; now licf-n (livuh;cil. 
Tho Ilrst million it; oiTrrc-il ;it <.>:[:, 
with tho option of anotlior million at 
95 and a third million at 07. 

Missionary Confcrenco 
At the world's iiils.slonary cnnfor- 
cncQ at Edinburgh, .\'. .Uov.i-ll, nf 
Toronto, called nttontimi to tlic larKdy 
Increasing missionary income which 
had ^attended - tho' laymen's movement 
In Canada. •• R. -A. King spoke of tho 



n.x-i ssities of the work In India; while 
i)( i( gatL- Parkin dealt with tho prob- 
li in of the negro In Africa. 

Marconi Dividend 

The English Wireioss Marconi Co. 
has declared 7 per cent, on its pre- 
1 erred stock. Tho report shows that 

tilt! Canadian MnrconI Company owes 
tho l'"nhllsh company .Cl^'1,279, but ar- 

r:niKi'iiient.'i ari- hi-in.i^ inadc to pay this 
;imniiiit HIT. Tho iic-ws of the dividend 
i.-; a i-efi-e.-ihlng note in the afl'alr.'^ o? 
\viri lr.-:s conct-rn.v, iii;iny of which havo 
lie.'ii ynis.'^ly over -caijitallzod and 
.«tnck.s sold in C.Tn.-uhi and tho United 
State:! by a gi-oiip of .'sJirirl;:; ivho have 
outrageously bled tho jnihUc. 



'I'ho Michel mines are 'temporarily 
closed down o'n acpunt-i'of trijublo with 
tho air compressor. 'Bloveh hundred 
men aire filtooted.' : ' 




Pupefootllnsujres^ood health 




INSURES PURE 
FOODo 



e.av:gillett CO. ltd. Toronto, ont. 




U. Ij. Parascw, C.E., and a crew of 
1!) men, left yesterday for up the Is- 
land, having been dispatched by 
Messrs. Mackonzlo & Mann to survey 
tho country for favorable railway 
routes for tho Canadian Nortjiern. 

Garrett Hughes, englneer-In-chiof 
for the Mackenzie & Mann Interests on 
Vancouver Island, stated that .Mr. 
Parasew had a free hand as to the plan 
of action. The party would In all 
probability mak'e Duncan tholr head- 
quarters and work up-island along the 
shores of Covvlchnn Lake until Barklcy 
Sound was reached. They arc equlpijud 
for .1, thirty dtiys' stay in the Hold, and 
it Is hoped that by that time they will 
be able to report having located feas- 
ible routes. 

It Is probable they may return from 
Barkley Sound along the route which 
was surveyed by the local company. 
They have been supplied with a con- 
slderablo quantity of data by \\. J. 
Sutton, who has boon retained by 
Jlessrs. Mackenzie. & Mann because of 
his admitted groat kiiowlodgo of all 
parts of Vancouver Island. 

I'his maltes tho socoiul party nf en- 
gineers to he placed in tho Held this 
season by Mackonzlo & INIann, iMr. 
Hughes having some weeks ago taken 
out tho flrst party. 



[QUiES OF LATE 



Oriental Ceremonial Marks the 
Services Held in H'is IVlem- 
ory — Remains Go to China 
After Two IMontlis 



The rain in the early morning did not 
Interfere to any great extent with tho 
funeral ceremonies conducted over the 
remains of tho lato Chan Tong Ork 
on Sunday last. Chan Ton-r Ork, until 
the tlmo of bis death, was a membsr 
of tho firm of On Illng & Co., Sfifl Fls- 
guard street, and was one of tho lead- 
ing citizens of tho local Oriental quar- 
ter. 

The ancient Confucian customs wero 
observed In front of his lato place of 
I'MtilnoBS by tho Chinese Reform Asso- 
ciation of which the deceased was - an 



Hawksby - 
. The funeral o? the late William 
Hawksby, one of the best known fig- 
ures on the express stands of this city ] 
for the last 25 years, took place .Sun- 
day ;ilternoon from the family resi- 
dence, liTOS Fifth street. Tho de- 
ceased was a member of the Yorkshire 
Society, and tho members of the so- 
ciety attended the funeral In a body. 
Tliere wero many and beautiful lloral 
tributes presented, which covered the 
casket. Rev. T. F. Tapscott conduct- 
er tlie services at both tho resldenco 
and the gravc-.sldc. Interment took | 
place in Ross Bay cemetery. The fol- 
lowing acted as pall-boarers: Messrs. 
R. I;OUghney, T. Grlce, Selllck, Geo. 
Crowther, Thomas Whltwell and Jas. 
Plerson, the last three representing j 
the Yorkshire Society, 

Grant 

The remains of tho lato Ivor Noel 
JIacGregor Grant, the eleven-year-old j 
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Grant, wero 
laid 'at rest In Ross Bay cemetery on 
Sunday afternoon. Services wero | 
conducted at the family residence at 
2.30 o'clock and half an hour later 
at Christ Church Cathedral, where 
Kov. W. Barton olliciated at an ap- 
proiirlato child's service. The church 
was crowded with sympathizing 
friends and tho full surpUccd choir 
was In attendance. The Thirty-ninth j 
Psalm and the hymns "Jerusalem on 
High," "Safe in the Arms of .lesus" 
and "Now the Say Is Over" wore siniir 
at tho church. Six of tho duceased 
lad's little comrades acted as pall • 
bearers: Paul Clyde, Lincoln Mar- 
Bhall, Gordon McEachern, Fred. Tub- 
man, Harold Carne and Douglas 
Mitchell. 

McGuIre 

On Suiidaj- afternoon tho remains 
of tho late Frederick McGuire, who 
met an accidental death lust week, 
wero laid to rest In Ross Bay ceme- 
tery. As Ihero wero no relatives of 
tho deceased In tho city tho funeral 
an-angcmonts wero taken In charge 
by tho Eagles, of which body deceas- 
ed was a member. The funeral scr- 
vlces were held Iti conjunction with 
the annual memorial services of tho 
Eagles. There waS a full turnout of 
the members, TancI 0.11 thfj' jvrorkmen on 
the Pemberton Bloclt oil ■ which tho 
late gentleman lost his life, were pres- 
ent ana,lnarch6£t.ln line to,.the ceme- 
tery. The city band.hedded the pro- 
cession, BeV. A. K. Roberts conduct- 
ed the services, which were held in 
the Eagles' hall on Government street 
at 2.30, At the graveside Bro. W. H, 
P. Sweeney and the chaplain. Stove 
Court, ofllclated. There wore many 
floral tributes presented. Tho fol- 
lowing acted as pallbearers: E. L. 
Gleason, AV. Wayton, D. F. JIcDonald, 
A. C. Peterson, \\. Davis, H. Day, tho 
former three gentlemen being em- 
ployees on tho new Pemberton Build- 
ing and the latter being members of 
tho Eagles. 



Carmichael 

Tho funeral of tho lato John Car- 
michael, whoso death occurred on 
Saturday evening last at the Provin- 
cial Royal Jublloo Hospital, took place 
yesterday afternoon from the parlors 



Middle Blouses 
; Jiist' Arrived , 
Specially Priced 




Middle Blouses 
..Just Arrived 
• Specially Priced 



Tlie.Great 



.Tomorrow, Wednesday, wiif fee a wdiiderkil'^fe bargains in 



There's just 120 of them, receiyed-ytsterday, and everyone is attractive and 
stunning. To say that we have lifeyer offered such waist, vaJlues,.befor,eAS. simply 
exemplifying the sinipfe truth. SizeS' ■34 to 44; iii lilacb wliite arili etrCt, . - Regu- 



lar $5-00. Tomorrow tkiey go for 5, . . . . I .■ . . 



.... ^;?2.90 




Tomorrow 



Greatest 
Waist "Value 
Ever 

. Offered i 

?' ■ --rr ^: 



We respectfully ask you not to forget tomor- 
row. Keep this ad. before you. These arc 
dressy Net and Lace Waists> silk lined and 
silk -trimmed. See our windows. By the 
way, they are quite the correct thing to wear 




Latest' Mbdels in: Cloth'.Suits also on thejvbargain couiiter. lvalues up 

■for ' ■ ■• ' '■v«'^-.>(, - ■ ,. ■. :, 



;.50 



Our showing of Dining Room Furniture is very complete — latest lines 
have arrived, and it will pay you to buy now and have your choice of the.mew- 
est and best 'designs in Buffets, Sideboards, China ' Cabinets, Esttension 
Tables and Dining Chairs. We have them in the popular Early English Oak 
and also Golden Oak, most moderately priced. Below we list some designs, 
but we would like you to .call and inspect our stock. We invite *bo1t^iparison of 
quality and price. Our guarantee, "Goods as represented or money: refunded," 
goes with everything we sell. Mail orders solicited. • ■ 

COUNTRY ORDERS PACKED FREE ' 



Handsome Imperial surface, 
golden oak finisli, two small 
drawers and large cupboard, 
long drawer for linen, etc. 
Large British bevelled plate 
mirror in back. A bargain: 
at the 

CASH PRICE, ?19.80; 



We are showing' many 

pretty designs in these use- 
ful articles in golden oak, 
Early English and surfaced 
oak finishes. See these while 
our stock is coniplctc. 

PRICES FRO-A[ $15.75 

A fine line of Dining Chairs 
in stock at lowest prices 
for good furniture. 



Neat design in' kn" Imperial 
surface golden oak finish. 
Top 40 X 40, extends to six 
feet. A substantial and use- 
ful table. . ;r| '' 

CASH PMCE,- $8.55 

Other Extension Tables 
from $7.90 and upwards- 



1420 Douglas St. 



"The Better Value Store'* 



Near City Ha!l 



of W. J. Hanna. Doccnsod was born 
In .Drymon, Stirlin.iTHlilro, Scotland, Gl 
years ago. He had been 111 for some 
time, but had not mnnlfe.stnd any 
Borlou.s symptoms uiitU a few days 
jirlor to his death. Tho lato Mr. Car- 
michael liad jirovlously resided for 
.'leveral year.') In Montreal, but for tho 
past 16 years had boon a resident of 
this city. He Is survived by a 
widow, four sons, D, M. and A. Car- 
mlohftol of this city, J, H. and A. G. 
Carmichael of Hornby, and Valdez Is- 
land, S.C., and two . dailgHterS, , Mr.s. 
Ai W. Clayton of this city, and Mrs. 
Geo* l»ewl8.of Cumberland, B.C. 

'The ftih^ral services were conducted 
by'ReV'. Or. C.Trnpbell both at tho par- 
lors ■ and at the frrnvosldo. Tliero 
were many friends present and a larp;<i 
number of flowers were donated. Tliii 
roilor.'ir.s acted as- pallbearers: Alex. 
Stewart, D. Sinclair, R. Chadwlck, J". 
Pettlc^ew, J. Ludas and J. Freel. 



C.'Ni'R. COMPLETE 

■ : : m PO UR YEARS 

(Continued f rom PUgo 1.)' 



catod is a very good :_one, .though 
many of the problems of . mountain 
railway bulkllnt' will be encouhteredi 
Being nskod when he expected' to' 
have the C. N. R. completed as a, 
transcontinental lino, Mr. Mackonzlo 
replied that July 1st, 1014, had been 
ilxed lis the (lato of opening a through 
line from Montreal to the I'acifle 
Ocean, ami lie added that ho had 
every oonlldence that his company 
would bo able to carry out the, pro- 
Brammo to the letter.; i : < , . 

Respecting work now: ^ndeV Wtty In 
tho pralrlo provinces tho prijsldont re- 
ferred the newspajior man to tho Ipcal 
dfflciaia 'of thb ' road/v who; '"htj-'sald,' 



wero In a better ; position to furnjsh 
Information than he. Ho^vover, ho 

volunteered the information that al- 
ready this year 200 .iriilea of . now. road 
in . tile west had been laid, with steel, 
and work, was' being pushed In every 
quarter,',, . .. 
' 'BpedHirig;:!6r.:;tB6 -f uiur^.;i6f^^^ 

thusIastl&'/;'!HavlriBri,Jn vle'rti' what hiitsi;: 
occurred In the past quarter of a cen-., 
tury," who dan foretell what great 
things there are for ust" he said. 
"Tho poBSIbtlltics seem ovorwheiiti- 
Ing. -In, this rich agricultural coun- 
try, the '.best in the world, with whoat 
at prices which h:11 expei:ta declare Will 
nevet^ be lower, , the weatth -that our 
land Will proaiice Is Ulinobf Inoatlm- 
able." .. .. 'j:-,; ■ .,; ■ 
' M(-. "ilacKohzIe leaves for ^Toronto 
today. 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Tuesday, Juno 21, 1910. 



Tb«i^CoIo>ilat|PtlntliiGr and FabUsblaf 
V'^Oompauy/ XilnUted UnblUty. 
1311-1216 Brood St., Victoria, B. O. 

J. .S. a I. Mataon. 

k The Daily »^Golonist 

IDellvereil by carrier at 50 cents per 
month, If paid in ndvanco; CO cents per 
month If pnld after the 10th of uach 
month. Mailed, postpaid, to any part 
.of Canada, oxcopt the city; or suburban 
districts, which aro covered by our car- 
riers, or tlie United Kingdom' at the 
followlnB rates: 

One Year ?5.00 

Six Jlonths 2.50 

Three Months 1.25 

ijondou Offloa, .90-93 Fleet Street, 

'yi, Tuesday, Juno 21, 1910. 



THE INDIAN CLAIM 

Mr. H. E. Gosnell writes us very In- 
terestingly concerning the claim that 
has been put forward on behalf of 
some of the northern Indians. Ho 
points out several questions that in- 
evitably arise when an attempt Is 
made to state. the Indian case in con- 
crete form as respects any particular 

• piece of land. It occurs to us thai 
.the arguments advanced on behalf of 
the Indians are plausible and ingeni- 
ous, but not sound. They are based 
upon a confusion of things tliat aro 
very dissimilar. We are asked to 
judge of the so-called rights of the 
Indians to land as though they were 
governed originally by the laws of 
the United Kingdom, whereas in point 
uf fact \vc know that they never were. 
There never was such a things as 
ownership of land by tiie .Indians; 
there ~ was occupation. An Indian 
had no land to sell. There was no 
tribal title recognized among them- 
selves or hy other tribes, but only ac- 
tual possession which was not always 

'continuous. We are told that Mr. 
Douglas, as he was then, acting for 
the Hudson Bay Company, recognized 
the Indian title and took steps to ex- 
tinguish it; but all he really did was 

/to pay certain tribes to abandon cer- 
tain tracts. He used fur the pur- 
pose an adaptation of an English 
form of deed, but he could not, and 
he never pretended to give them 

ia title to something that they did not 
own. His whole correspondence 
shows that he treated tlio land as 
absolutely in control of the Crown, 
but oven If for the sake of preserv- 
ing friendly relations he chose to pay 
them for not Interfering with the set- 

T^tlement of £<uropeans in the southern 
part of Vancouver Island he did not 
thereby give the Indian tribes a title 
to the remainder of British Columbia. 
When wo. come to speak of title, we 

.have to deal With a matter of fact, 
iibt one of theory, and still less one 
of sentiment. To clairn that the In- 
dians had the ownership of vast areas 
simply because they roamed over 
them in search of ganae, fished in the 
Btream, or plclced berries on the hill- 
sides, seems; ah absurdity in the high- 
est degree. All they had was the use 
of them. 

Let it be supposed that a man 
should get In communication with a 
band of Indians and secure from them 
by purchase a part of the land on the 
Naas Iliver, for exami)lo, or, not to 
go so far away, up the West Coast of 
Vancouver Island, and suppose that 
another man should apply for and ob- 
tain a Crown grant of the same land 
in the regular way. In whom would 
the title vo.st? Will aii.vone contend 
that the man who bought from the 
Indians would be the owner? Yet, 
if the claim put forward on behalf of 
the Indians is admitted, must wo not 
co:icedu that he had a rifvht to liold 
the land against all comers'.' In such 
a case there would be two sovereign- 
ties In British Columbia, which Is an 
nntenahlo position. I> It iinL rlt'ar 
that, if the nuiians ouui the land of 
the Province, except such small p:irts 
as they have surrendered to tlu; white 
people, they must hold it under their 
own laws, be able to transfer It ac- 
cording to their own customs, and Ig- 
nore any jurlsdictioii uf tliu Piuviii- 
cial c<jurt:i'.' l*"'or the Indians ai-i' 
either British subjects or tlioy are 
not. ■ If they are, they como under 
British law, and that law does not 
3'ocognizc any such title to lands as 
the Indians aro setting up. If tlicy 
aro not British .subjects, and the 
Crown has no title to the land, they 
remain an Independent people. It is 
!i, fundamental i)rinciple of Britlsli 
law Uiat the title to all land is vested 
primuj:ily- in the Crown, and that sub- 
jects can oi)ly secure It by virtue of a 
grant from the Crown. If the Indians 
aro subjects they must hold their land 
under the Crown, and cannot hold It 
by any other title. 

Whllo wo decline to accept the con- 
Ithtioii made on behalf of the Indians 
we are fully in accord with those who 
Bay that their claims ought not In 
justice to bo brushed aside as though 
they wore unworthy of confililer.-Ulon. 
We liavc taken possession of the 
country; our possession tiaa been ro- 
coghiz'ed by all the nations of the 
earth; but wo find In the country an 
aboriginal race. AVe are bound by 
every instinct of humanity to deal 
generously ,%ith, .this race. If we 
should abandon the country to them 
they would not revert to their former 
condition for they havi.- tasleii tlu; 
frult.'i of civilisation and could not 
return, if they wished to do so, to 
their original savagery. Tlioy have 
not been badly, tr.eated, Indeed,., tl;^ 
Jiave been uaea "^xcWdinBly '"'w 
have been interfered v.'lth as little as 
poBslblo. But pres-ent conditions can- 
not continue. The inexorabI| ad- 



vance of civilization makes that im- 
possible. Our duty towards the Indi- 
ans, therefore, la becoming more im- 
perative. Wo must see to it that they 
do not suffer because of the new con- 
ditions that have ariaen. AVhile we 
deny their right to land which they 
cannot occupy to any beneficial pur- 
pose, wo admit In the fullest degree 
their right to liberal treatment and 
trust that it will be accorded to them. 
The settlement of the dispute tliat 
has arisen may not be wholly with- 
out difliculty, for the Indians, have 
advisors who seem more determlhed 
on mischief than, on justice;^''&ut;^j^^a-' 
tic'e ^mue|t;^^^^^ 

THE DAILY knocker; 



AVe venture to suggest to our even- 
ing contemporary that it might with 
advantage read its own news columns 
l.ast night speaking of what tlio Col- 
onist had said concerning the. despatch 
of survey parties into the field on 
A'ancouver Island' 't)y' 'the Canadian 
Northern Hallway company, our con- 
temporary threw doubt upon this, 
saying that It did not believe the 
terms of the contract wore fulfilled by 
"the presence of survey parties In the 
field — If they are In the field — as the 
Colonist suggests Ihcy are." Then it 
added, "We confess we do know noth- 
ing about that. The engineers may 
be hiding their light under a bushel." 
On the llrst page of tho same issue of 
our esteemed co.itomporary was a 
leading local item headed "Surveyors 
L.eave for Up the Island," and It told 
of the despatch of a party by the 
Canadian Northern, adding that this 
was tho second party to enter the 
field, tho first having gone out some 
weolcs ago. We naturally expect 
oin- contemporary to disagree with tho 
Colonist, 10 discredit »Mr. .Mci3ridc, 
and to view with doubt anything tl.at 
Messrs. Mackenzie and Jlann may 
propose or promise; but we did not 
expect It to decline to believe tho 
statements in Its own news columns. 

But there is a serious side to tills 
matter, and this is ivhy wo refer to 
it. Tho Colonist having stated and 
its own news department having 
brought In the news that the surveys 
for the Canadian Northern were be- 
ing pushed forward witli r.ipidity, our 
evonin.g contemporary has deliberate- 
ly chosen to throw doubt upon tho 
good faith of the whole proceeding. If 
such a course has any effect at all. 
It must bo one prejudicial to tho wel- 
fare of this city, for If its reader.s 
share in its doubta. they c-umot fall 
to Iqao confidence to. a, certain extent 
in tho future of Victoria. Such a 
policy on the part of our contemporary 
can hardly bo adopted for political 
effect, and it Is dlllicult to believe 
that it Is inspired by :i feeling of 
hostility to Victoria. Perhaps it Is 
only the outcome of "constitutional 
cussedness." . , 



THE EAST AND ITS LESSON 

The St. John Telcgraiih, comment- 
ing upon some oliscrv.atlons In tliLs 
jjapcr, says that it would prefer to soo 
the young men o-f New Brunswick go 
to British Columbia rather than to tho 
United States, but it urges them to 
remain at home and develop their 
own province. To this advice no true 
Canadian will take exceiitiun. We In 
British Columbia wish to sec the AVest 
developed, but not at the expense of 
tho East. Our contemporary says that 
the progress of its province is just be- 
glinilng. It looks for great things to 
como from a more thorough system or 
farming, from the development of lt.s 
mineral resources, from the utilization 
of its water power and from tho more 
conomical handling of Us forests. It 
points out what has alread.v lieen pro- 
\-idod in th<^ way of railways, and what 
is to be forthcoming from the Grand 
Trunk Pacific, the Canadian Northern 
and what is known as the Valley Rall- 
v,-ay. V.'r arc ijiad to soo our contcm- 
paraiy in such .an optiml-stic spirit, anil 
tluit he is able to give gbod grounds for 
the faith that Is in it. All we have 
to add is that if young New Bruns- 
wlckers do not take our contempor- 
aiT's advice and stay at home, we hope 
they will c'otne lo Briii.sii Coiuml)ia. 

I.lut our contcniporary's observations 
in respect to the development of Us 
province by railway lines leads us to 
say something about what has been 
done, and what Is about to be done 
there. We say it not in an\' sjilril of 
eriticisni, but for the purpo.';e of sliow- 
ing the people oT this part of the 
Dominion what is conslilered reason- 
able In the East in the way of trans- 
portation fu'cilltles. New Brunswick 
has an area of a little more than 
L'T.nOO sfinare miles; that Is, it is less 
than twice as large as Vancouver 
Island. Three lines of railway enter 
it from the north. The Intercolonial, 
the Riviere du Ix)up and Temiscoutu 
and the National Transcontinental. | 
The Canadian Paci'Ilo enters It from 
llie We.sl. The people aiX' looking for 
another great system to cross Its 
lioundary with a line, namely tho 
tho Canadian Nortliorn. Running 
north ftnd soudi iilong its western 
frontier l.-i the (Umadlau l^icilie, whhdi 
projects two or three branch linos Into 
tho Ktato of .Maine. Ruunliij,' Jiurth 
and south along Its eastern frontier is 
the Intercolonial. Crossing the province 
diagonally tho National Transcontln- 
(uital Is api)roachliig cnmiilction. This 
will unit.- the rails cif the Canadian 
Pacilic with those o^f tho Intercolonial. 
There is a project on foot for the con- 
struction of another north arid south 
lino, by way of the valley of tlie St. 
'John, above referred to as the Vnlley 
Railway. Crossing tlio province at the 
north is a line of railway In process of 
construction. Crossing It on the .south 



is the St. John division of the Intor- 
colonla). Crossing it In the.^'centreAlsi 
what used to be called the Canada 
Eastern, noWja part of the Intercolon- 
ial. Extiendirig '•for a part of the dis- 
tance through the centre Is the Central 
Railway. Following the Bay of P'undy 
shore from St. John westward Is what 
used to be called the Grand Southern 
Railway. ' Branching off from the In- 
tercolonial In the northeast Is the 
C'arao.uet "Railway. We shall not at- 
tempt to name the various branch 
lines. Neither shall wo: take the 
trouble to figure very closely, but It Is 
safe to say that 'New Brunswick with 
its 27,000 square miles o''f area, Its 
soacoast, which Is nearly two-thirds of 
its whole boundary, its mngnincent 
river system, which during the sea-, 
son of navigation "aiffOWs' several im-r 
portant highways of coiririiorce, has in 
operation or under construction nearly 
2,000 miles of railway. 

We repeat. that wo do not mention 
these things In any BplT|t of criticism 
and we have not a .word to say In hos- 
tility to those who aro agitating -for 
additional railways in that province. 
We only hope that tlioy will be -able 
to secure every lino that they Ihliilc 
they nood. Our reference to tho sub- 
ject Is, as .we have said, to show our 
own western people what is regarded 
as only adeciu-ato railway develoimient 
in tho eastern province. Not long ago 
the Colonist was advocating the con- 
struction of a line of railway along 
the West Coast and to tho north end 
of tho Island by way of Albernl. To 
this strenuous objectiim was taken l)y 
a certain Victorian, who said Diat peo- 
ple would never consent to the con- 
struction of a r.-iiiway that would par- 
allel the E. & N. 11 this Island wore 
Now Brunswick, the people would 
want one road uii tho east, another 
up tho v.'cst and anolhor iiji the mid- 
dle, with branches to every conceiv- 
able point ^you could name, And what 
Is more they would keep agitating for 
them until they got them. That Is 
a lesson which the East has for the 
West. 



Mr. William Mackenzie told a Win- 
nipeg reporter that' his coal company 
intended to double the output of the 
collieries lately sold by the firm of R. 
Dunsmuir & Sons. The new concern 
will be a tremendous power In the 
Pacific Northwest. 



A metliodist minister, who has late- 
ly returned from Japan, says that 
country Is getting rcudy to fight tlie 
United States. There is no;: casus bplll 
in sight, biit/.ii'*Would.vhotf\Be .difficult 
to convince us that Japan one day 
will take It Into her head that she 
wants the Phllllplnes. If war comes 
that Is where It will be fought. 



The Suffragettes, aro thrcatbnlng to 
go upon the warpath again In Eng- 
land, poor 'John. Bull has certainly 
enough troubles of his own these busy 
days. We fear the Suffragettes will 
defeat their own cause. Tliere was 
a prosjxxt that something might be 
done In the direction of woman suf- 
frage, but if tbe^r rowdyism ia renewT 
ed the advocates of the new measure 
win simply alienate what public sen- 
timent^ there may.be in their favor. 

The Nelson News complains of the 
inade<iuacy of the mail service in' 
that part of the province. Unfortun- 
ately Kootenay Is not tho only part 
of British Columbia to be inconveni- 
enced by the failure of the Post Of- 
lico Department to meet the rcason- 
abl(! re(|ulromonts of tho people In 
tlie matter of mail accominoil.-ition. 
The prlnci]ile seems to ho to give tlio 
public just as little as possible. In a 
now country tlio i)0stal service ought 
to be ahead of the requirements, in- 
stead of lagging a decade behind them 

Tho Inland Sontiiiol tlilnk's that the 
o.st;ibllsiimont of a testing plant for 
explosives and the making of 'stricter 
regulations as to their storage are 
bcjth needed in Canada. We suppose 
this l.'i a subject that comes within 
the jurisdiction of both the Federal 
and Provincial Governments. The 
testing of explosives seems to relate 
to trade ;ind commerce, and therefore 
to como within the Jurisdiction of tho 
Doniiiiion; th(^ regulation of storage 
is within tile scojio ol' jiolice jurisdic- 
tion, and may th'-'reforo be dealt with 
by tho provinces. 



An anil-fly campaign has been In- 
augurated. The liouso-lly is a post 
that ought to bo oxtorniinated. The 
iLadlcs' Home Journal says that has 
been largely driven out . of England, 
becauso Its breeding places have been 
destroyed. The houso-fly breeds In 
stables, in neglected places whore 
household refuse is thrown.'in garbage 
cans that are left open and n'ot pro- 
Iiorly cleansed, and so on. Keep 
such places clean and tho liouso-lly 
will become to a great extent a thing 
of the past. Here Is a ease In which 
an ounce of prevention Is worth sev- 
eral pounds of cure. 

A tew weeks ago Rear- Admiral 
Bacon, of the Hoyal Navy,' published 
!i paper. In which ho, expressed tho 

opinion that In the contest between 
guns and armor the former had gain- 
ed so great a load that It was hope- 
less for the latter to think of over- 
taking it. Curiously enough, on tho 
evi^nlng on wiilcli was received a 
synopsis of the Admiral's jiaper, the 
(Jolonlst received a news telegram, . 
in'liitod In yesterday's iianer, announc- 
ing a new discovery on the hardening 
of plates, which; is^ s^ld so greatly to 
Increase their powors-'t''!)t resistance 
that tho construction of armor plate 
has been rodiieod 'hy the Admiralty 
pending exhaustive experiments. 



HEADQUARTERS 
FOR SUMMER 

FURNITURE AND 
FURNISH.INGS 



CAMP^EURNISHINGS^ 
AND EVERYTHING ' 
FOR THE SUMMER 
COTTAGE 




One o£ V Oui^ -Govern^ Street Windows Filled Today 



We have one of our Government Street windows filled with sparkling Libbey Cut Glass— rbeautiful 
pieces, suitable for wedding gifts. .. '■;< . , 

By all means see fhis display of "the most -welcome of all her gifts" — it offers you an -easy solution of 

"what to give." 

For years "Libbey" has led the cut glass world. It is recognized as the finest made anywhere. Go 
'where you will, you'll find no glass that can equal it in quality or beauty. 

The name is graven in each piece, and it is a ma-iik of quality sought just as '"'sterling" is on silver. 
Choose the wedding gift from our stock of "Libbey" Cut Glass, and you'll send a gift that'll be ap- 
preciated- ,, • 



Nappies from, each ? .S2.50 

Bowls from, each ^6.00 

Vases from, oacli ^3.50 

Sugars and Creams, f)cr pair ^10.00 

Water Jugs from, eacli ^7.50 

Water Bottles frnni. each . ^6.00 

Decanters fiom, each $10.00 

Butter Dishes from, each ?5.00 

Compotes from, each , $G.OO 

Flower Baskets from, each $10.00 

Punch Bowls, small size, at $30.00 

Finger Bo'wls at, per dpzen ..$35.00 



Ice Plates at, per dozen .$45.00 

Tumblers ai, per dozen $20.00 

Oil Bottles from, each $3.50 

Candlesticks from, each . . $6.00 

Ice Tubs from, each $15.00 

Rose Bowls from, each , $7.00 

Knife and Fork Rests from, pair $4.00 

Loving Cups from, each L .-. $16100 ■ 

Puff BoJces from, each ; . . . . $9.00 

Hair Receivers fiom ; $9.00 

Large Ice-cream Plates at $15.00 

Perfume Bottles from $5.00 



These Pieces Make Most Desirable Wedding Gifts 

Sterling Silver, because it is practically everlasting, should appeal to you as a practical, as well as a 
particularly dainty, wedding gift. There's no wearing out to it, and it is therefore a gift that will' remind ■ 
the recipient of a "June Day" for many a year. 

We have recently added many new pieces that arc exceptionally dainty in design. An opportunity to 
show yoii ' these would be greatly appreciated. Come in now — today— and see these in . our silverware de- 
partment on the first floor. 

Sterling Silver Sugar Tongs at, each ,..,.$1.50 
Sterling Silver Salt Spoons at, eacH<. .'V.'.'S .,'.50<p.'. 
Sterling Silver Butter Spreads, ddzen'-': ; . . . .'$25.00 • 

Sterling Silver Sugar Shells.- $2.50 to... $1.50 

Sterhng Silver Bouillon Spoons, per dozen, i .$20.00 

Sterling Silver Teaspoons, per dozen, $20.00 to. . .$12.00 

Sterling Silver Berry Spoons, each, $8.00 to $5.00 

Salt and Pepper Shakers, sterling silver mounted cut-glass, 
at, per pair,'. $4.00 to .$1.00 



^:.^'J 



Vases, plain and etched glass with. sterli,ng silver inotintT,,,, 

'.". Ipgs, 'at from .$3.50 tO . . . . . .$1.50,,> 

Salt Cellars, glas.s, with' and without steHing^ilvePm6fini|;^ 
ed, sterling silver spoons, in lined cases, at, per pair, 

$3.00 to $1.75 

Marmalade Jar, sterling silver mounted glass, each $3.00 
Sugar Shaker, sterling silver mounted glass, each. .$3.00 
Macaroon Dish — Genuine Crown Derby China, with sterl- 
ing silver rim and handle. Very dainty, . Price. .$15.0.0 



rs eros " Silver— Best 

The Very Best in Saverplated Flatwear for Table Use 



e 



In silver-plated flatware for table use there is none to excel the productions of the famous' "j8|.2,, 
Rogers Bros," factory. 

Since away back in 1847 they have been recognized as leaders in the making of silver plate. Quality 
nncl design led then, as now. The name '•1847 Rogers Bros." stamped on a piece of silver-plate guarantees 
it to be the very best. ^^^^^ ^^^^ LOTUS TIPPED WINDSOR 

These are a few of the patterns we carry in 1847 Rogers' Bros, flatware. Come here and choose from 
our stock of this ware when you require anything in— 
TEA SPOONS, TABLE SPOONS, DESSERT SPOONS. DESSERT FORKS, TABLE FORKS 



ew 



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And Materials for Draperies 

Those new curtain materials are ready for you today. 
Don't fail to see these choice samples of the "dainty and' 
artistic," for they are unusually nice. ' 

They come from the hub of, the world — London— and 
represent the very newest ideas in materials for curtainings 
and for drapery work inside the home. 

Many lines and a big; choice in each. See whiat we offer 



CRETONNES 
SHADOW CLOTH 
CASEMENT CLOTH 
SATEEN 



TAFFETAS 
CREPE GLORIA 

HOPSACK 
VELVETS 



A nice range of. materials suitable for your home and 
colorings and .patterns -that'll please. 

INSIDE CURTAINS AND VALLANCES 

For these we show an excellent range of materials that 
hang in nice, soft folds — materials that drape easily and 
gracefully. .We also stock a big range of linings, trim- 
mings, edgings, bandings, etc. : ' 

Let us make some curtains for your home, or, if you 
prefer, get the materials and make them yourself. 



Careful 
Attention 
Given to 
Mail 

Orders 




.er 

Almost a Hundred Patterns 

A choice of almost 100 dilterent dinner ware patterns 
makes the matter of choosing a dinner set a very easy work 

fact is, choosing dinnerware is easier at this store than at 

any other Western store. 

We show a larger assortment and a wider variety oS 
patterns than any other Western establishment, and a range 
that isn't excelled by any retail store in Canada, and 
equalled by few, if any. . 

HAVILAND . • WEDGWOOD 
AHRENFELDT LIMOGES 
SWEDISH AUSTRIAN 

These are but a few of the lines of china dinner ser- 
vices. Many other productions are offered as well as a big 
variety of splendid sets in semi-porpelain. Prices rang<i 
from, per set, $7 .50. 

See the "Open Stock" Patterns 

We have a big variety of patterns in the "open stocks." 
This method of purchasing dinnerware — a few pieces at a 
time — appeals to a great many thrifty homekeepers. No 
better place to start than right here. Come in and see our 
patterns. , ^ 



Send for 
Our Big 
Catalogue 
FREE 



Tuesday, Juno 21, 1910. 



Choice of 



In beiiullful iip-lo-tlatc Mahog- 
any, ^Valnut 'or Otik Cuaesi at 

$275 tffili:5 



This week, to make room for a 
large shipment of ; ' ' 

Grand 
Pianos 

Every Piano ■.varrantocl for- 
five years. .Torms if UcHlrcU. 

Large stock of Player Piano 
iMusic Rolls at a sharp discount 
this week. ' 



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Corner Fort Street 



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BEST AND THE PRICE 
THE LOWEST 

We liavf everytliiiiK you iieeil 
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v;,Capt,..Tioup"4wenfr^ to Vancou- 
•ver.nS^t?«tSht' oti-^a-b^^ trip; 

D. W. Hnnbury left last night on 
tlio Charmer iov Vancouver. 

li'on. Price Ellison IcCt lust night for 
tlic mainland. 

Capt. C. T. Kelly wont over to Van- 
couver last night on tlio Charmer, 

:Mr. and Mrs. IvOvcUe left today on a 
business trip to Seattle. 

* * « 

Jlr. Artlnir P. llatton i.s in town, 

fixim Taconia, on ;l business visit. 

^[rs. II. Ornnwarli, ifrojn Jlontrcal, 
is paying a visit to friends here. 
« * « 

Tlio IVIlBscs ^Mcintosh will not be "At 
Home" Tuesday evening, nor again 
this season. 

Mr. vr. E. Holmes, from England. Is 
a. visitor in town and Staying at the 
I King Edward. 

• • • 

I Mr .and Mrs. IL. W. Lane, from New- 
AVestminstcr, spent the week end in 
town. 

It * * 

\ Mr. and Mrs. Wlsharl left last 
night on a short visit to Xew Wcst- 



:Mr. "William Spcndling. from Win- 
nipeg, is paying a brief business visit 
to town. 

Mrs. II. .1. (ierron left on Sunday 
evening on an extended visit to 
frieiiflH in Now Yori;. 

* * * 

.Mr. and -Mrs. llnniljer, iCroni '.'in- 
clnnattl, Oliio, arc enjoying a trip to 
this city. 

* • » 

.■\Ir. and Mrs. Henly Klddlen, from 
Liondon, Eng., are among the latest 
arrivals from the Old Country. 

* • • 

.Mr. am! Mis.s Walton, from Na- 
naiiiiu, are down In the capital for a 

few (lay.f. 

* * •♦. 

Mr. Richard Vernon, frona Calgary, 
i.s in town on a short visit. 

* ♦■ ♦ 

iMr. and Uts. Thomas Ellis have 
returned from an extended- Eastern 
■tour. • ' ■ 

« * • 

Mrs, M. Mcintosh, 2311 McBride 
avenue, will receiye today, arid not 
again this season. Mrs. Sinlth, hci- 
niothcr, will receive wth her. 

Mr. and .Mrs. Toscin and the Misses 
'L'oscin, from .N'ewpyrt, U.S.A., are 
siiending a few day.s with friends in 
A'ictoria. 

Mr. anil .Mrs. J. 11. Ponnolt. from 
Vancouver, spent the week-end with 
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Haverton in 

town. 

Tlie Misses Wi.sdcii, from Ottawa, 
arc among the many visitors to town 
from Eastern Canada nt present. 
Thoy are. the guests of Mrs, Vinton. 

* * * - 

L'oioiiel and .Mrs. Borradode, from 
IwOndon, Knglaud, and Mr. . James 
Wright are recent arrivals In Victoria 
from the Old Country. 

Miss Alice PattoM, and her"* niece, 
Mis.s Madeline 'Walviiigton, from Kast 
Oriustcad, Sus.se.\-, I'Jngland, arc tour- 
ing Canada, and have been spending 
the past few days in town. 

* « • 

.Mr. and :Mrs. Walter Spottisford, 
wlu), wci'e in t()\vn reccntl.v, have been 



Young ladies sent out to do sham- 
Ijooing. Combings Made Up 
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Phone 1836 



Real Lace 



Coiihtlcs of England Lacea 



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Ejhotographs and postcards or the 
memorial service. Also photographa 
of parade of veterans. — Victoria Book 
and Stationery Co.. Limited. • 



Excursions Wednesdays and .Satnr- 
ila.v-s ann.uig the Ijcimliful CulC Isiand.-i 
J''or information teleplioiie 511. 



Beware qf Ointments For Catarrh 
■ That- Contain ,Mej"cu^ry' t j 
as mercury will surely destroy the 
sense of smell and completely derange 
the whole system when entering It 
through the mucous surfaces. Such 
articles should never be used except 
on prescriptions from reputable phy- 
sicians, as the damage they will do 
is ten fold to the good you can pos- 
sibly derive from them. IlaU a Cat- 
arrh Cure, manufactured by V. .1 
Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contain.s 
no mercury, and i.s tal<cn internaliy, 
acting directly upon the blood and 
mucous surfaces of the system. In 
buying Hairs Catarrh Cure be sure 
yon get the genuine. It Is taken in- 
ternally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by 
I ". .1. ciieney & Co. Testimonials Free. 

Sold by Druggists. Price 75o. per 
bottle. 

Take Hall's Family Pills for con- 
stipation. 



% FIT- 

^KEFORM^ Quickly and Well 



fill Serve You 



'iMic J'il-Refoi-in Wardrobe jnits a man in 
A I TAILORED APPEARANCE for every 
sort of work or i)lay that belongs to mankind; 

It will fit him for a long vacation trip 
with the .same readiness that it will arra}' him 
for his wedding or any social function, and 
his FIT-REFORM TWO-PIECE SUIT 
will have the same superiority as the cool, 
Worsted or Serge Suit he buys for B^usiriess., 
wear. 

The I' it-Reform system of sizes assures 
absolutely perfect fitting garments, dei'iver- 
ed to your home the same day you select 
tljem. if desired. 





laoi GOVERNMENT STREET. VICTORIA. 



spending the past few days at Cow- 
ichan, and will spend a short time Iiere 
before returning to their, homa In 
Spokane. . - .: - ■ ; • ' • • 

1 airs. PonwijrthfoC iVancouvcr. Is vis- 
iting wlth frrcndsTfn WiBst Victoria. 

' I Ail M ■*•■■' ■■• ■ • 
■ Reeve McNaught'has returned to his 
home In North Vancouver. 

* • • 

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. dcB. Karris are 
over from Vimcouvor on a visit. 
<• * • 

Mi: and Mrs. ^V. 11. .Morse are 
among recent Vancouver visitors. 

I-Ion. AV. J. Bowser returned from 
A'ancouver yesterday. 

Mr. IMichftel .Alanson, M.P.P. for 
Comox, is visiting the Capital. 

* V « 

Jllsa Pierce, of Vancouver, is en- 
joying -a A'lsit with hcR', friend, Miss 
Bell. ' 

* • . • 

Mrs. W. Montelth has been for some 
days past-tho guestiof -hep. slstcr, Mrs., 
W. E. Norris, at Vancouver. 

Major and Mrs. Swlnford, who liavc 
been guests at the Empre.'iH for .some 
days, have returned to the Mainland. 

Mva. Janion, of A'ancouver, has been 
a visitor in the Capital for several 
days past, the guest of Mrs. Roger 
Wllby. 

• • • ■ 

.Air. and Mr.«. C. K. AVilliams 'are 
visiting the lioundary and other parts 
of llie Provincial interior. 

» » • 

Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Macaulay have 
returned to A'ancouver, after a pleasant 
visit witn friends here. 

• • * 

Mr. and Mrs. John LeMoyne are ex- 
pected over from the J^Iainland next 
week, to make a motoring tour of the 
Island. 

Col. and-Mfp. Ilubdoy, l-Jnglisli vl.sl- 
tors at present in the c-ity, expect to 
liecomc permanent residents of A'an- 
couver Island. 

'.Air. A. E. c'raddoel<, secretary o£ the 
Department of .Agriculture, has left ou 
a fortnight's vacation visit to Calgary 
and other Alberta centres, 

Hon. Price Kilison, Chief Commis- 
sioner or Crown Lands, left this morn- 
ing on an offlclal visit to Pentlcton. He 
will return to the Capital before the 
month's end. 

• • » 

\Mr. and Mrs. George Powell have 
been recent visitors from the Terminal 
City, thtf feuests of Mr. Powell's; par- 
ents. Dr. and Mrs. 1. AV. Powell, of 
"Oakdene." 

A'lctoria Hlvo, Ladies of the :Macca- 
becs will hold a social dance on AVedn- 
esday night at S.no o'clock in No. a 
hall'. .V.O.U.AV. All friends attending 
are iiromisert a good time. MlsS Thain 
will supply tlic music. ' 

.Mr. .1. R. Seymour, of Vancouver, 
foi-mer president of the Liberal-Con- 
servative Association of that city and 
one of its forempst -business men, is 
paving a visit to Victoria'. • " ■ 

• • • ' 

Among New York visitors at present 
in to\v1i are: Mr. S. E. Ferris. Mrs. 
Hughes,- 'Mr. A. Sharkey, Mr.>0. -Pat- 
terson,^ Mrs. C. C. Beaman, Mh G. S. 
Atw.ood -and Mr. and Mrs. Broolvc- 
Curtls. 

Mr. Frank I. Clarke, secretary of the 
Provincial Bureau of Information, has 
returned from a vacation visit to 
Montreal, which city he had not pre- 
viously visited in a (luarter of a cen- 
tury. 

.Among wccli end visitors in town 
from Seattle were: .Mr. 1-A \VaiUer, Mr, 
and Mr.'i. Coulson, Mr. and i\!rs. II. Q. 
noman.s, :\Ir. and Mrs. John ErIcKson, 
Mr. C. JI. ilolcomb, Mr. J. D.- Carmody, 
Mr. L. A. Browcr, Mr. V. O. Popp.Mr. 
M. Comunt, Jlr Edward Cudllinc, Mr. 
G. SouthejnijvMrs. N. P.,Porcp, Mrs. F. 
•ai.' Bead; HI E." Flinl and' S. E. Strick- 
land. 

A pretty wedding was solemnized 
at the First Congregational church on 
the l'2th Instant the contracting par- 
ties being Mr, Albert Boorman and 
AlisH Fanny Oliver both of this city. 
Rev. Merman Carson officiated. At 
the close of the ceremon\- the liridal 
couple returned to tlie home of the 
l)rlde's sister "Blenheim" Fern wood 
road, where a dainty supper was serv- 
ed and a iileasant hour was spent, 
only the intimate friends being pres- 
ent. The following morning the hap- 
pv pair proceeded on their 'honeymoon 
trip through the islands. On their re- 
turn they will take up their residence 
on Alfred street. 

• # • 

A vcr.v pretty wedding took place on 
Saturday evening, June IS when Mr. 
John Warniold was united in hol.v 
matrimony to Mis.s Kate Parfitt of 
Hath. England. A numerous company 
of friends had gatliered to witness 
the happy event, wliile the presentK 
were very n\imerous. Tlio Itev. H. 
Carson performed the ocroraony,. the 
bride being given away by her broth- 
er Mr. Albert ParCltt and was as- 
sisted by -AlisK Mabel Parfitt, while the 
groom was attended b.v I\Ir. Thomas 
AVnrriiold. They have taken U|> their 
residence nt 105S A'alos .street amid 
the beat wishes and hearty congratu- 
lations of their many friends. 




VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



LUC'ERIC TO COM'E 

BE FORE Y EA'R ENDS 

Capt. Mathle of the. Kumsric Instruct- 
ed to Journey Honie to' Take 
Charge of -New Liner. 

The new Weir liner Luccric i.s to be 
placed In the tranS;Pacllic trade 
sliortly by the Weir line to augment 
the present service, and Capt. Mathle 
of the steamer Kumcric has Ijeen in- 
.structeil to lie ready to proceed to 
.Scotland wiien llie Kumerlc, of which 
he now has charge, reaches Yokoama 
about July 20tli, to bring out the new 
liner. Capt. Mathle expects to pro- 
ceed liomc by way of the trans-Siber- 
ian railroad, and Capt. George McGill, 
formerly of the Ycddo, will reilovo 
him on the bridge of the Kuineric, 
(.;apt. McGIll is now engaged on the 
China coast. It Is expected that the 
Lucorlc will leave the Clyde early in 
September, and will proceed to the 
Orient by way of the Suez canal, 
proljably leaving > Yokohama for thi.s 
i)oit for hm' llrst voyage across tlu; 
Pacilic in December. The Luceric Ik 
a steamer of 11,000 tons register with 
considerable passenger accommodation 
and all modern retiulrementB of pas- 
.senger and freight steamers. She 
will be equipped with wirelcaa tele- 
graphic apparatus. . The Ortcrlc Is to 
follow the. steamer ' within a few 
months,' The steamer Roserlc, ah- 
other new AVoir liner, is to relieve the 
Oceaiio, wlilcli will bo diverted to the 
Australian mail route after discharg- 
ing the cargo allodia now bringing 
from the far east. 






livening 



These exquisitfe' Parisiari^es^ned Ohe-Pic;c^''T>ressd Sr^^'all "^^ 
ready to put on — a new consignment avc have just placed in stock. 
Many of them are exceedingly choice and dressy, and therefore 
suitable for evening or theatre wear. 

Fortunate indeed will be the purchaser who come? early and 
gets first choice. 

PRICE ^7.25— Mull, in pale blue, helio, pink, fawn and white. 
Princess style, beautifully trimmed with val. lace and insertion.- 

PRICE $10.00— Semi-Princess models of mull, in shades of cham- 
pagne, pale pink, pale blue and white, very daintily trimmed wHli 
lace and insertion. 

PRICE $12.50~Charming semi-Princess dcsign.s in mull, colors 
old rose, helio. pale pink, pale blue and white, idegantly made. 
Trimmed with white lace and insertion- 

PRICE $13.00— Also in mull, pale blue, pink and liclio, hand- 
somely flounced skirt. Trimmed profusely Avitli all-over iace 
and insertion and fine pin-tucks. 

-.PRICE .^17.00— The most charming Princess Models, exceedingly dvc^sy, c.xquisilcly made, 
" and trimmed with cream all-over lace and. insertion. These conic in pale blue, pale pink, Avhitc 
and helio. Best quality of mull. Several other lines, no two alike. Prices to . ......... . .$39,0'0 



Dress, Goods and Dress- 
making f , Specialty. A 
large and expert staff. 





1123j 1428 and 1127( Government Strefet 




There Is Health and Strength 
In Every Drop 

OF 





ESPECIALLY WHEN 






The King of Table Waters, 
Is Used for A Chaser. Ask for It 







Sole Agents and Distributers 
To Be Had At All Reputable Bars, Hotels and Clubs 



ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY COLWTslT ST 



Tuesday, June 21,-'191U. 



BONDS EOR SALE 



W'c offer for sale a Biock of Ten Year 7 per cent First 
Mortgage Bonds, and v. hich wc can cbttfidcntly recommend 
as an Ai. security. TIic. conditions gaverning the issue, such 
as Sinking Fund, etc.; -vvill be- found thoroughly satisfactory. 

Full pariiculai> can 1h- obtained at .bur- office. 



Dominion Trust Co., Ltd. 

1001 Langley Street, Victoria, B.C. 



on Self Locking Blocks 



THESE.BLOCKS ARE JUST WHAT THEY ARE 

TERMED. 

•'SELF LOCKING'' 

CALL AXD SEE THE liLOCKS DEMONSTRATED 

Any weight can be lifted and locked at any hei;;lil, without 
.1 turn or hftcli, and can be released instantly. Alade ni all 
sizes. 

lusl ihc tluML;- fnr MAC'IIIXE S1K:)I'S, PAINTERS, 
LLVEAIEX. E'ARAfl'.RS. ll.W and El-l'.D W AREHOUSES, 
or for any place where an ordinary tackle block is u.sed.. 

CALL AND LET US SHOW YOU THESE BLOCKS 



E. 

The ShiDchandlei 



1202 Wharf Street 



Order ^lU^Sar Now 



Preserving Strawberries, per crate 

Crown and Mason Fruit Jars, pints, per doz., 85c., 

Schram Jars, ]iints, ])er dozen, 85c., quarts 

Schram Jar Covers, |)cr dozen 

Rubber Rings, two and throe dozen for 

Economjr Jars, pints, per (Inzcn, !^i.23, quarts..... 

Economy Jar Clamps, two dozen 

Economy Jar Covers, per dozen 

Paraffin Wax, ]icr cake 

Lake of the Woods Flour, per sack . . 

Robin Hood Flour, ])er sack 

Calgary, Hungarian Flour, per sack 



quart 



.$1.75 
; $1.00 
. $1.00 
- . .25c 
. . .25c 
.$1.50 
. . .25c 
• • -25c 
. . .25c 
.$1.80 
.$1.85 
.$1.75 



H. O. KIRKHAM, Grocer 

Corner Fort and Douglas. Phone. 178. 



THE 



B A Z A A 



Original "Rogers Bros.' 

WhenyottboYknlveSthrks, ^ 
spoons, etCt marked > 

"jgilROGERS Bros: 

you gei the original "Rogers Bros." 
silver plate — a brand famous 

the world over since ISW. 

BttI In scb, ihbts, mtlltrs, 

MERtDEN BRIT&CO. i 

SOLO SV i-EAOtHQ DSAUtRS ^ 

"SilPir flatt that Wears' 




JAS. LEIGI 


1 & SO 


NS 


Lumber 


Uetan 


nnd 


Mills 


Lumber 




Fool of 


Lath 




Turner Street 


Shingles 




Victoria, B.C. 


Bill Stuff 




ana ' manufaciurora of aU kinds ot 


Sash. Sactory and. Planing 
'Goods. 


Mill 



Delicious and Pure. Insist 
upon having none other 



Vicioria Creamery k 
MilK Supply Co. 

LIMITED 

Dealers in Bottled Milk and 
Cream, Butter and Eggs 
Phone 1344 



LOST 



bjslween :tho earth ana Hallcy's .comet, 
t!io smolio of a 

BIG "B" CIGAR 



Latest Importations From China 

Ladles' and Oenls' iinaerwcar. 
BOft. ', warm., neat and lliflit; Kontn" py- 
]araB«'' la'i.beautirut stripped Hllk. Tha 
newest stylea ot beautiful oinbroldercd 
Bilk kimonas. Nothlnir iii'oro Leautiful. 
Tho loveliuyt euibioldorod dayllo» 

ever shown. 

QUONO IdCAZT VUNa b CO. 

p, O. Box 38. • 1716 Government^. St. 



"A Morlnrii Clii-onlcle," hy "Wlu.stnn 
Chin-flilll, tlKi lioolc oC Uio liar. l''or 
.Halu by A"u.'tori;i. Booli ;\mi yuitioiicr.v 
Co., Limited. * 



Dnyliflht Service to Seattle by a.s. 
Irtmula, . IcavliiK U. a.m. dally, -Gxcopt 
Si^nilay..: , ^ . ..j.^ , . \,, * 



Has romoved from Wharf street 
Id SD7 Calciioiil.i avenue, where 
lio will continuo to carry on 
jobbing cariieiitorlng. 

PHONE 1430 




Changes Its Office ^ : ' 

Tlio office Of the S. Pi C. A. has been 
removed to 1212 Bronci street. Phones 
— LL'aia secretary, 11J21 Inspector, Rus- 
sell. • 



To^ Give, Garden Party 

.\ gafdeh ii£irt5':^wlll;'i}e; given by the 
ladies of St. Pu"urs AA'o'inaii's Auxiliary 
to Missions, Esquimau, at tho Ree- 
tury sroutid.s. bp Thursday, Juno 23rd, 
from 3 to 10 p.m. A coiicert Will be 
held in the evening. 



.Leakage Dimi.nishing 

the water in the Smith's Hill 
Reservoir at tho nine foot level the 
leakage now amounts to about So.Onp 
?;allons per day, but Is gradually les- 
soning in volume. The: water' will 
kept at about Its present level. 

Six Months in Jail 

George Liongwortli. airosleil laj^t 
A\-col: on a cliarKO oZ tho theft ot a 
diamond ring valviod at the pro- 

perty or .\!iss Sch.ovenor, was yester- 
day al'terncion trh-d and convii'lcd In- 
:;\lagistrate .lay, who imijosi'd a auii- 
tenee ol' si.\ months In jail. 

Police Before Doctor 
l''olliiwlns" the recent iinler inaile by 
tlie Police Co.nmlsKlon, the nit'Mibers 
of the police force arc undergoinf;- 
medical e.xaniination. Malt' the force 
were e.\anilncd yesterday by Medical 
, Health Omcer Hall and the balance 
j will be e.Kainined today. 

j Tlio Police Court 

l'"or siu'cdin.^- hi.s automol)ile at 
I nlyhl v.ithMUt a light Patrick .McDon- 
I aid was lined ?:::> in the police court 
: J e.stenla.N- m^irnin.s;. %-i:> for speo<l aad 
j to,- nm liavlng a llgiit. U. Houas- 
j Inw w.is convicted of stealln,!;- a iiuan- 
' tit;,- of cari>enter's tools and was son- 
teju'cd to six months' imprisonment. 

Secretary of Conservatori.um 

In adilitlon to the local representa- 
tive, S, .J, Willis, iirincipai of the Vic- 
toria HiBli Scliool and dean of the 
! faculty of McGlll University (.'ollcge 
' in this city, lias been appointed to 
' the olllce "of local secretary of the 
! (■onservatorium of :\luslc. McGlll Ulii- 
i \erslty, .\Ionti-eal. 

I Permits Issiied 

! IluildinK perinltK wore issued yester- 
i ilay by tin; liuikllng inspector to V. 
I W. Ilainos for a dwelling to be erected 
j on Ulackwood street, to cost $1,2011; 
' to .Airs. Harlow for a dwelling ot 
, Lewis street, to cost $1,300; to l'\ 

lyandsberg for a combined store and 
I dwelling on Michigan street, to cost 
i SSSO; and to H. F. Sliade for a d\vel- 

lin.? on CJiieeii's avenue, to cost .$3,j00. 

1 Daughters of Pity 

! Dwin.i; to an unforlnnate [iccident to 
[ the e.'lKu-nu?r. the company are miable 
I lo ai-raiige for the excursion (S. S. 
I Princess May) under tho auspices of 
th.' Dauglitei's of Pity on .Inly 1st to 
1 (,'t)wiclian Bay regatta. The excar-- 
sion will therefore not take place, but 
the Daughters ot Pity take this opiior- 
tunlty to thank the mi"j;. f'lciids 
who were Interesting tHemselvos in 
the promised ev.ejpt. . - 

Companies Act 
IJcforo deciding deflnilely on a 
course of action with regard to the 
Companies Act, which comes into 
force pn July 1st, the local Board of 
I'rade Is awaiting the decision to bo 
reached by the Vancouver Board nC 
Trade which ineots tonijrht to dlsetia.s 
t he subject.. . It is understood that tlio 
opinion of ' Vancouver' cothmerclal in- 
terests harmonizes with those express- 
ed at the last monthly meeting of the 
local board. 



Japanese Fancy 
Goods 

.Spcclnl ."jalc iov Camboo Blind, 
.SnS, si. '.'5. and ()X7 "jc. 

1404 Gov't St. Cor. Johnson 



Union Club 

.\ s.vndicate of Union Club members 
lias just completed the ljurchase of 
the lower half of \vliat is known as 
the Badminton hotel pr.operty on Hum- 
boldt street. The sale prico ■was $50.- 
01)1^1. Tiie club executive- is now con- 
sidering plans for the erection of a 
new club house, Avhlch will probabl.\- 
. ost from »80,000 to $100,000. In the 
meantime the present property of the 
club, at the corner of Douglas and 
Courtney streets, will be sold. 



Costly Spree 

j [-'or their little spree on Satanlay 
night at Ksquimalt when they slio\s-- 
I I'd I'li'ir disregard of a jiul iceman's 
I niiiforni b.\- attemiillng tn do up I'ro- 
1 \ineial Conslabh' Conwa.v, liut faileil 
j i;i their efforts being, In-'-tead. .-irrest- 
1 ed and brought to the city jail. l''rardc 
t'ato and his brother, Knut. wcro ycs- 
i terday found gul'ty by Magistrate Jay 
I i)f creating a disturbance, the former 
I heing fined $10 and costs, tht> latter 
i half that amount. 



The 



Concert at Camp 

Nip of the h'iflh Regime:!! (.', 
(1. .\. was the scene of a hand con- 
cert by the regimental band under the 
leadership of Bandma.oter Rogers en 
.Sunday afternoon and ii programme 
of good music was rendered. A 
large lunnber of visitors to the c,ini]i 
enjoyed the concert. Last idght Xo. .1 
c(unpany began flrlng practice with 
the twelve-pounder field battery, on 
Wednesday night No. 1 company 
i begin pructlec with service shell on 
the twelve- pounders, and the foliou- 
ing night the slx-lnch guns Of l'"ort 
Macaulcy will boom. 



GULF ISLANDS. The steamer Iro- 
duois is now running those delight- 
ful excursions among the Islands of 
the Gulf. Take a trip and enjoy the 
beautiful scenery. • 



A garden parly will, ho hold at St. 
.fohii's Rectory, June 21, from 3 to C. 
'I'hero will be numerous attractions, 
besides tho plain and fancy work. A 
sincere welcome will bo extended t" 
all. ■ ■ ■ • 



THE WEAT HER 

Meteoiologlcal office, Vl.'toria, U. C, 
at S p.- ni., Juno I'd, ID ID. 

t^Y.\OP.SI^. 

The pressure is increashig in the 
North Puclllu states but tho barometer 
is low over the Canadian Western I'lov- 
Inces. Italnl'ull lias been general from 
Port c'laipson ijuuthward to California 
and tlie weaitier has been luisotllcd and 
cool. Ill the prairie piovluces a niark- 
e<l depi-cH.sluu iH eeiKi-al In M.aniti)l)a, 
thuudersterin,'-', iimi rainfall have l.>eeji 
general In Alheeta anil yask;itchewaii 
and temner.-iiui es Ua\-u been very IiIkIi 
reaching 01 at Qu'Appcllc and JMlmic- 
dosa and !)S. at Winnipeg. 

TEMPERATURE. 

■ Mill. Ma.-<. 



•17 


n;! 


•1 (! 


lii; 




7 


;to 

IS 


r.s 


00 




(>2 


'.IS 


r.o 


f, fi 


02 


i;i 



Vletoria 

Vancouver 

New W'e.-^lniiii.ster 

Kaniloop,'^ 

Uarkerville , . 

I'ort Slmiisdii 

Calgary, Alia 

Wlnni]ief; 

I'ortlaiiU, Ore. .......... 

tian Francisco, ,Cal. 

: FORECASTS, 
r-'or ,S4 lloluA t\hfn n a.' m; (PatllU: 

time). Tuesday: p.. 

A'lctorla. arid v^^Jinlly: Moderate lo 
frosh southerly .winds, partly oloiidy 
and cool, wltli Hliuwers. 

i.ower mainland; Southerly vvlnds, 
mostly cloudy and cool with shower.'j. 
.SUNDAY. 

Highest <1S 

Lowest L 

Wean I'l 

Rain inch; sunshine, IS minutes. 
MONDAY. 

rilghcst 

Lowest IS 

Mean ."'S 

Rain, </t Inch; .sunshine 4 hours. IJ 
minutes. 

ThouKind Islands. Next Sundoy the 
'Irotiuois" will make one of those de- 
lightful trips among the Gulf Islands, 
stopping one hour ut Ma.vni', and re- 
turning via the picturesipie Pender 
Canal. Take V. & S. train Jcavlng 
Victoria 9.45 a. iti. Refreshments and 
music on board, for. further Informa- 
tion telephone 511. ' 

o . — 

Kvory family, and especially those 
who reside in the country, should be 
provided at all times with a bottle of 
Chamberlain's LinimcnW There is 
no telling -when it may .he wanted in 
case of an accident or ■cmergenc>'. it 
is most oxcellent in all cases of rheu- 
matism, sprains and briilscs. Sold by 
all druggists. ' 



Wash Skirts 

Wc have a very good assortment 
oC white ^.duck ■■. and:.: : pique 
skirts, nicely inado' and - per- 
fect fUuWi from each $1.50 
to. ;.: i'. ; . . . :.. .. . .?5.50 

Blouses 

This -la where wc ■ are'' hca,^jliy 
stotikcd, and our ' cash'vprlccs-. 
aro very moderate, ^.ranging, 
from, each ■ $1.00 4b i . . .?5.00 

TaiFfeta Gloves 

In all the leading colors, at per 
pair ^ ., .25c 



G. A. Richardson Co. 



63e Yates Street 



Tableware, Al Plate 





for 100 Sliccls (if 




To-Be 

N eed 111)1 be ' puzzled over 
wliai ,t,Mii.s to present Brides- 
iiiaid.s and Clroonismon. .\ 

Icjok thrtni;;-li our imnieiisc 
new sUicl< will reveal (k)7.eus 
of .\ 1 snt^.^c.-^lions : 

For Bridesmaids 

BRACELETS 
BROOCHES ■ 
NECKLETS 
PENDANTS 
BLOUSE PINS, Etc- 

.Ml the diffeiont gom.^, 
])rccious and seini-prccious, 
to select from. 

For Groomsmen 

SCARF PINS 
LINKS, STUDS, Etc, 

Gold, or .set with .prccioii.s 
.■atones. 

Popular Prices Previail 



in bo.N 

Tiii.'-^ i.s a job lot from the 
factory, hence the reduced 

|.)riec. 



BAXTER & JOHNSOM 

COMPANY, LTD. 

721 "^'ale.s St. l-'lioiic 730 



Tea Spoons, V. -dozen. , i ...-.i .. . , .$2.00 

Dessert Spoons and Forl£S,.,J^-dozen, » .'. . . . . . .. ...... . .$3.00 

Table Spoons and Forks',' j^-dozcn. ... , $4x0 

Dessert Knives, J j-dozen $3.00 

Table Knives, Jo-ilozeii ...$4.00 

'V Our At' plate is the result of a little more knowledge and 
skill, Avith several^ more grains o£ care in manufacturing. 

REDFERN & SONS 

1000 Government Street Victoria, B.C. 




Wc have just received another shipment of English Huni- 
bcr Bicycles in one, two and Ihree-spced gears, or coasters. 

Prices, Forty-five Dollars and 'up. Fitted with heavy 
English tires, if .desired. 

Just the wheel to please you. 



1110 Goyernment St. opposite spenoer-B Victoria^ B. C. 

.P..S. — Other r.icyclcs .'?3o.oo and' over. We arc ag6iits for 
Oliver & Sun Vi.siblc Typewriters. . ■ \ ■ 




. City IyOts-^P9 and .310 ? 

?^IEW STRE^ ^ 

1 20 feet frontage. Rents 
.$50 per riiohth. 

Price 

$14,000 

TERMS TO SUIT 



Ernest Brammer 



Y. M.. C. A: 

Temporary Quarters; 1209 Bla nchard St. 

NEXT TO NEW BUILDING UNDER CONSTl^UCTION 

Reading and Game Room.s — ITot and Cold vShowcr Laths — 
Men's and 13oy's Summer Camps — Summer Membership 
^ Soc per month ; 



Choice Business Property For Sale 

Wo rcqiilro a larger factory, and Iiavo placea our premlsoa con- 
sisting ol 60x1120 on Yates street iinel OSxlUO on View .street,. wltll. 
factory; and wareliouse, on tho inarkot. c.' 

' Price reasonable nnd Easy Terms. .• lya.-i- i. 

MOORE & WHITTINGTON. « ; 



■ - The' Tai|or:iplsiip 

Mill. Offlee mnaVkrti: Slie oimnimant St..'F. b. Box.issi/^,^^^^ 



MT. TOLMIE 



Sand & Gray 



Screened and Graded' 



Tho flnost matnrl.nl to iisn tor 
all Ulnds oC concrete and 
buildinE: work 
Deliveries made to any part o£ 
the city in any quantity 
Qet our . prices 



To Contractors 
and Builders 

STEEL 



Wc lia\ e In slock Iho -foUow.lns 
Scotch steel joists; ' ■• 
16X0X43. . . . - . n; 
12x6x32. ,. - - . ■• 

Bx3.\ll, . ' 

Immediate delivery or shipment 
as desired. 



Among the Islands. Next Sunday 
the .stenmor Iroquois will atop two 
hours at Maync. • 



Start on Street Work 

The Warsalck Paving Company liaa 
coinmOnced work unilor Its contract 
■with the city for the .paving with as- 
phalt ot. certain streets. Gangs ol' 
men are now engaged on Linden ave- 
nue and Soutligate street, gradlnir the 
ri->i\d w.'iys prep!ir;itnr.v ti- the layliiK 
111' llui cfj-.icrcti; Ijasc I'or ;.lie pavcineiU 
Line] prcpai'lng- fui' the sliiewalk work 
which is also included in the contracl. 
'I'he com))aiij- Is husy erecting ILif 
lilaut at the corner of May street and 
Ijinden avenue, and will suoii lie ready 
■ turn out tin- reiiuisii.' , iiKilui ial for 
the pii\'emf':itri. 

B.C. Cream "has the natural flavor." i 
Two large tins for 2iic. Now at .vour ] 
grocer's. * 

Gulf Islands— .\ext S\inday, the S.,';. 
"IrcKiuiii.s" on her tri|) ainony the 
Tlioii.sand Islands, will stop one lio\ir 
lit (.'owlchan. A si.ilenilkl opi'ort\niU>- 
lo get I'resh air and see tlio beaiitlfnl 
scenery.: Take, .Vi.'&'-S',, .train leaving 
VM('toria.'.-9.4fi- ''anTi;'-'' '- • 



.McClary'H famous Steel Kar.gcs and 
Mealing Slovos at Clarke & Pearson's 
i;ii:! Wharf Street, near Johnson 
.Slroct, Victoria. • 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



A Sure Winner 

We have eleven lots well sltuaterl 
in Albernl. Price for the block foi' a 
few days, 'Phis i>roperly is vvell 

situated, and la a mono." nniker. The 
adjoining lots sold tho other day for' 
$100 eiich. .Marriott & Kellows, Oil) 
Trounce Avenue. . ,. j ♦ 



HARRISON HOT 
SPRINGS^ B.C. 

The inost .noted;' surnmbr • resort 
in the (Paiolflp; Northwest. <, 

. A PLACE FOR THE 
CONVALESCENT 

Situated only 70 ndlos fi'orn the 
t^oast amid unsurpassed sccn- 
ci-y. A\'rlte for descriiitivo hook- 
iel and ratc.s 

St. Alice Hotel 

Harrison Hot yprlnga, B.C. • 




UJhen bu9'in9 your Piarvo 
insist on having an 



Piano Action 



B.C. Cream "has; the natural flavor." 
Two larg'c tins for 25c. Now at your 
grocer's. " 

Comfortable Corsets for Summer 

siiid' Parisian c6riBet ■Co^'m^^ .Spe- 
ciiil prjco ROc a. pain Robinson's Cash 
Stare, 042 Yates street. » 



Anotlicr Shipment of 

Raleigh Cycles 

Have Just Arrived 

Harris & Smith 

1220 Broad Street 
'Phone L183 



Delivery Wagons 



Made to order ju.'jt as you would 
like them to bu. 

Let us figure on one for you. 

Repairing and Painting 

Rubber Tyre Pitting and Remodel- ' 
ing. 



CHAFE, & JONES^ 

Cornor Fort and BlsncHard Sts. 
(Formerly with Victoria Transfer Co., 
Ltd.) I 



Tuesday, Juno 21, 1910. 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



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Don^t Forget 
Ale or Stout 





Or was it Wine of Whiskey you weH reminded to 

order when you came down town to business this 
morning? Whatever it was, we can 'supply you 
with the best brand extant and deliver - it at your 
residence in the nick o' time. > - 

Fine Old Port and Sherry 
I a Specialty Here 

We carr}' the larg-est and finest stock of Wines 
and Liquors in Victoria. Our buying has made your 
buying easy. 



Sells Old School Sito 
By peniilssion of tlio executive oC 
the Provincial Governmont the old 
I KcliooIhouKC site of the Oak Bay muni- 
cipality, on Koul Bay roail, has been 
.sold to Mr. J. J. Shallcrosa tor the sum 
of $2,800. 



Capital City Wine Store 



Tel. 1974. 



1 327 Doug-las St., Cor. Johnson St^ 




Special 
Tomorrow 

Ladies' Shawls, hand- 



somely embroidered, 
witli pretty silk fring- 
ing A very appropriate 
shotilder covering for 



an evening stroll with- 
out your hat, or for 
serving afternoon tea. 



Regular price up to $2.00, 
Tomorrow 




510 Cormorant Street 



0pp. E. & N. Depot 



Seek Incorporation 

Througll iMcssra. Lucan and Lucas, 
acting on behalf of the citizens' com- 
mittee of Stewart, the Inhabitants of 
that townslte are .soeUlng to have this 
mining: camp Incorporated ns a city. 
The matter will come before the pro- 
vincial executive at an early session. 



way to the cemetery. Each man car- 
ried in his hand a largo bouquet of 
llo>-ers which were strewn over the 
graves of former members of the Or- 
der throughout the cemetery. 



Dust Laying in Oak Bay 
The expcrlmoiU of using oil Cor lay- 
ing dust will probably be repeated in 
the Oak Day inunlcli)ality, the nuitter 
couiing up for eon.'^lderation at the next 
inuetlng of the roads conunltlee. A 
sample shipment, costing $22.50, was 
utilizecl with etHcaclpus results on Oalc 
Bay avenue. 



Police Official Ml 

Sub-Inspector Stroud L. Kodgrave, 
of the local police department, was 
taken to the hospital last evening suf- 
fering from diphtheria. 

Prince Rupart Delegation 
Mayor Stork, Aid. Barrow, Engineer 
Agncw and Solicitor JInnson, of Prince 
Rupert, have arrived in A'ictoria to 
represent the city at tlic hearing of 
the city's application for a water re- 
cord of 300 inches on Woodwortb/ 
Lake. The hearing la this week. 
While in Victoria the deputation will 
also Interview the Premier In refer- 
ence to getthis sites for a city hall, a 
cemetery, an electric light plant and 
a city wharf, as well as a number of 
other matters of .a similar nature. 



Horticulturist 

Mr. J. I". Carppntor'/has been ap- 
pointed horticulturist for the Island of 
Vancouver ami Lower Mainland, with 
headtiuarters at the Deiiartment of 
Agriculture here, and will enter upon 
bis duties on the lat ,Tuly. The new 
provincial ofllclal is a_ specialist of fo\ir 
years' experience at the Guelph Agri- 
cultural College, and comes with cre- 
dentials attesting high efflclonoj'. 



Federal 



lener knd 



Splicer 



Will Accomplish in Thirty Seconds What Under the Present 

'-, . Methods Takes Five Men Thirty Minutes 

For Use on Farms, Ranches, Railroads and Wherever Wire 

Fences Arc In Service 
Write for Illustrated Catalogue 

The Hickman -Tye Hardware Co. 

Phone 59 VICTORIA, B.C., Agents 544-546 Yates St. 



Prohibits Export of Fresh Salmon 
A ,WashinKt(Ui, n.C, despat('h that Is 
of peculiar Interest to British Colum- 
bia cannerymen and lishermen an- 
nounces that the bill prohibiting the 
exportation of soclceye salmon from 
the United States, except when frozen, 
salted or canned — that is that there 
shall be no sale of American fish to tho 
Canadian salmon canneries — has passed 
the Senate and will now go to the 
House of Representatives for its en- 
dorsement. The measure is along the 
linos of till? Canadian law. 



To Raise IVlonumont 
The fellow employees of Frederick 
McGnIre, the young man who lost his 
life by accident last week while en- 
gaged at work on the Pomberton 
building, have started a subscription 
for tho purpose of erecting a monu- 
ment at Ross Bay cemetery to his 
memory. As there are no relatives 
within one thousand miles of the city, 
tho employees have talcen this upon 
themselves. The fund may be sub- 
scrlped to by any outalders who may 
be so dispose^. 



Spacial Flower Service 

Special services were conducted at 
the James Bay Methodist Cliurch on 
Sunday morning. It was tho occasion 
of the dnniial flower Sund;iy, which Is 
observed- each year by the church. 
The edifice was well crowded and was 
prettily decorated with all sorts of 
nowers. Hev. A;,N; Miller, tho pastor 
of the church,, preached an appropri- 
ate sermon, taking his subject from 
the flowers with which the pulpit was 
decorated. 



Painters' Upion Meeting 
At the regular meeting of,the Painr 
tors' Union hold last 6v6rilngf/prelim- 
Inary stops were taken towards having 
a repetition of the highly successful 
picnic which they held last vear in 
connection with tho plumber.'!." Both 

j unions will participate again this year. 
The election of oflicers held at this' 

J meeting resulted in the choice of 
Frank Perrott, president; I'rarJv Ilean- 
ski, vice-president; Fd. Gilligan, re- 
cording secretary; AVm. Clack, llnan- 
clal secretary; John Creed, Jr., treas- 
urer; J. Wallace, conductor; R. F. Fly, 
warden: L. D. ■\\'rij;ht, trustee. 




127 ACRES 

within I mile of Kocnigs 
Stream runs through 
property 




will buy it 



Half Gash, Bal- 
ance One Year 



lisf 



aod Gompaoii I 



General Agents 
1207 Government Street 



Columbia Double-Disc 
Records at 85cts. Have 
displaced the Single- 
Sided Di&c Records 
Everywhere 




"Two records in one — two re- 
cords at a single price — music 
on both sides-— a different se- 
lection on each side — fit any 
disc machine, and double Its 
value to the owner," 

The money you Invest in disc 
records, now goes almost twice 
as far as it used to — if you in- 
sist on having- "Columbia" on 
the labels. In .the Columbia 
Double-Disc you not only got 
two selections for the price of 
one, and two selections that oc- 
cupy the cabinet space of one, 
you also get a better record on 
ench side— better in surface, ton,' 
and durability — than yqu ever 
obtained In anjjj;Blngle-faced re- 
cord. The Colunibia Phonograph 
C'ompany absolutely guarantees 
(.Columbia Double-Disc Records 
to outlast any other disc record 
cju tho market, tinder any name, 
at any pilcc. 

'I'lie catalogue compi-Ises a 
I'ompb'to line of over "HO Double- 
Disc Records, making In all over 
IbOO selections from which to 
choose. ■ ■ 



Garden Party 

Tho .annual garden jiarty in aid of 
the fvind for robulhling tlie sebnolroom 
connected with St. John's church will 
be held in the rectory ground.s 
tod.ay from three to six. Hc.'jide.H 
plain and fancy work stalls, there will 
be a photographic studio, a bran pie, 
I>uttiiig contest, home. made candy 
and rerrcshments. The .■^chnolronni 
was dosi roved in the great coiilI;igra- 
tion of li)07, and there is a .snuill bal- 
ance still owing and this tlie iadie.s of 
the guild are endt^ivoring to pay off. 
Come all, and bring your friends. 
Today from three to six. 



Jockey Ball 

A ball will be given by tho Jockeys 
riding liere at present tomorrow even- 
ing at the Broad Street Il'all. Tho 
affair Is being conducted under tha 
auspices of the Victoria Country Club 
with Messrs. Carnell and David in di- 
rect charge of the ari-angoments. They 
have engaged one of the best of tho 
local orchestras, and have prepared 
a muslp'al programme that assures a 
pleasant time for all attending. It is 
pxi)pcted that there will be a large at- 
tendance. 



Executive Session Stands Over 
It Is expected that the meeting of 
the Provincial lOxecutivo. usually bold 
on Tuesdnj', will be "stood over" to- 
day in consequence of the absouce 
from t^lo city of se\-eral of the minis- 
ters. The api)licatioii of tho Victoria 
& Sidney Tl.'.ilway for a grant of cer- 
tain property on Blanehard street was 
listed for consideration, as well ns tho 
hearing of a Prince Rupert deputa- 
tion which comes to seolc endorsement 
of recent staking for record of 300 
Inches of water for future municipal 
purposes. 

Decorated Baskets. 
Twenty entries for (b'corated bas- 
kets of "roses have been received by 
tho committee In charge of the com- 
ing rose sliow. It is expected that 
more will be received before Friday 
next. These In themselves will be 
well worth a visit to the show. A 
number of new people have also 
promised to enter their roses but it 
is too early yet to know how many 
entries are likely to be in. Tho rain 
on Sunday was badly needed, but if it 
continues the Inids which aro to bo 
shown will need covering. :Mr. Terry 
has kindly placed his street car space 
at the disposal of the society for tho 
present week."-"'"'''^' • ■ • 

TAxiffaiyiiNG • 

Many. Are' Availi|itf^?;:il^herri8e!veB of 
Discount .All6<iVed5for.i\EarIy Set- 

.-, .rtiemonttf.y. 1 

The satiafactory nnihsiai conditions 
ot present preVAllibg, throughout Brit- 
ish Columbia orejisloquently attested 
by the unpreejedT'efited promptitude in 
the payment,~Ofnprj)vlncial taxes which 
this yea,r'.ls ■ VielnU reported from all 
collection,,ofllo'e»iti)roughout the coun- 
try, not a" duyjjiiifesing now that docs 
not see" frohv $3,CfQ0'ul>wardG paid In at 
the a.ssessur's 'dflice lierii — and this al- 
though thero- Is still some time in 
which tlie prompt payment discount 
may be claimed. In many parts of the 
country tho taxziiayors have given but 
casual attention to the announcement 
made by the Ciovermncut at the time 
the revised assessment act passed last 
session (anil which Is oinbodled in that 
measure) that this year's assessments 
will bo eiiuallzod with tlie reduced tax 
scale by aliowanco of ;;5 instead ot the 
usual 10 per cent for early settlement 
hv June 30th. As. a result quite a 
Large proportion "of the remitters of 
tax moneys arO deducting 10 per cent 
only, and enjoy, a, little later the pleas-i 
ant surjirlse of having part of their 
money come hack to them with compli- 
ments of the Government 



AMUSEMENTS 



Hurt in Fall From Ladder 
Arthur Creech, a young man em- 
ployed by Foot & Tnson in the elec- 
trical work on the October ."Mansions, 
the new apartment house being con- 
structed at tlie corner of (.'ook .-iiid 
Fort streets, bad one of his wrists 
broken and the other b;idly spnilned 
as' the result of a fall which lie sus- 
tained yesterday iif tcrnoon. He fell 
from the top of a five-foot ladder to 
tho floor and was immediately iiieked 
up by some of his fellow- workme.u 
Dr. Ernest Hall was cqlled, and took 
the Injured lad to his home, where ho 
will be confined for tho next six 
weeks. 



Motor-Owners' Association 
A meeting is being called for this 
evening at 8 o'clock by tho Victoria 
Automobile Owners and Chauffeurs' 
.\ssoclatlon in the Broad Street Hnll, 
for tho purpose of installing officers 
and committees, and to pass resolu- 
tions and by-laws in the Interest of 
tho advancement of motoring in Vic- 
toria. An extract from tho circular 
which has been sent out to all the 
owners of motor cars in this city set.s 
forth tlie imrposo of the Association 
in the following words: "Wo want 
you to become a member of tho A.s- 
Hoclatlon that our wishes and riglits ! 
may bo \n\l forward in the ju-oper ' 
manner. Wo want lietter road and 
stre(!t conditions, reasonable deilnlte 
speed limits and exemption from ar- 
rest without provocation and to form 
a ."Motor Association that will seek 
f.iir city by-laws and abide by them." 



Exclusive B.C. Sales Agents for 
Columbia .Qraphophones, 
Records and Supplies 

1231 Government St., Victoria 



Daylight Service to Seattle by s.s. 
Iroquls, leaving 9 a.m. daily, except 
' Sunday. ♦ 



Annual Decoration Day 
Tho l''rati'r:i;vl Order of IJaglcs held 
j their annual nicmorlal and decoration 
day cerenuuiy ou .Sunday iiflernoon 
la.st. The si-rviccs were iield in con- 
jimctlnn with the rnneral ser\-H'(> of 
the Into ]'"rc<lerick :\lctiuire, who wiis 
a member of the Eagloj. The lai-ge.st 
turnout which tho F. O, E. ever h.id 
was Sunday's record, there being be- 
tween four and Ave hundred men in 
tlie procession as it marched .-Uong to 
the Ross Bay cemetery. Appropriate 
services were conducted at the hall 
on Government street nt 2.30, by Rov. 
A. 13. Roberts. Ho complimented tho 
society on its largo turnout,., and spoke 
in brief of the bonevolerice which In- 
siiired the members of tho lodge to 
turn out once oaeli year for tho pur- 
pose of decorating tho graves of their 
deceased members. The procession 
was then formed and marched. tWougli 
tho principal streets of .the';61tj''on Its 



Victopla Theatre 

"The .Adventuress," as presented by 
Miss .May Roberts and >^er company 
last evening at the Victoria Theatre, 
gave much satisfaction to' those who 
were fortunate enough to be present. 
The audience was falrl.\' Large and was 
very appreclativi'. The iilay is written 
eliiolly for tv.'o peoide, and has boon 
seen hero before under the naivni "Tho 
Forget-me-not." It is highly emo- 
tional, with a strong dialogue. Tho 
leading roles are that of StepbnnU' do 
.Marivartp, taki.-n by Mis.s Roberts, and 
that of nil- Horace Welby, t.aUen by 
.Mr. Victor GlUard. .Miss Uoberts has 
ail attractive stage prtsciicc, a line 
voice and miicli draiuali.- force. Mr. 
Clllni'ij i-i ^;tr<>ni,' actor ami play.s 
witli admirable control. Mis voice is 
exc('r/tionall.\' good. These two j)layerH 
are able to present strong scenes very 
powerfully, but wlthinit a trace of (>x- 
aggeratlon. No small degree oC his- 
trionic talent Is retpiired to dnaljle s 
man and a woman, without any ex- 
traneous aids, to sustain, as they di(l, 
the burden of a. three-act drama and 
not allowing the-'attentlon of the nu- 
diencc to flag for a moment, for whllo 
there are other characters In "Tho Ad- 
venturess," their roles are .subordinate 
and very little lnter<>Ht .attaches to 
tliem. Miss nolierts bus many olTec- 
live pa.ssages .and she brings them out 
with great piiwi'r. She was highly 
successful in the cliniax, uliicli comes 
in tlie third act. "The Adventuress" 
will be repe.at<'d tonight. The oiiening 
night gives promise of a very interest- 
ing week at the Victoria Theatre. 

P.Tntages Theatre, 

"Do .lew llance'/" Slinne nnd King, 
the ",Sing(Us of liio Ghetto," real 
llelirew comedians, than whom no 
bettor have cvei- visited our bcTutl- 
ful city, nppiarod at Funtages lust 
night and fiiilv denion.'draled tin? 
fact th;it the highly laudatory ad- 
vance press notices concerning th'eir 
ability as ciilerl.'iiners weri; not In tlui 
least exaggerated. They sing, dance 
and talk, all u .la Hebrew,, and the 
very limit in Yiddish ' comedy — not 
the kind wo. have grown accustomed 
ill) hut the real classy thing a.s trans- 
planted from the ''Ghetto" for tlioHO 
.vouiig men do not affect wigs or 
paint, and tlieii' vi.r.s.'Uillty in .lewlsh 
I liarai-lcr |iiH-tr;iyaI is ((uit<! b(\v(md 
till- (H-dlii.ary. Don't ml.'-s this act — 
there isn't many f.f them in vaude- 
ville, i'^rancisco .Mllano, Italian liin-ii I 
soloist, is a true artist, and Ik; pi'o- ' 
aents a programme of classic ii.ar- 
mony that will moro than repay any- 
one to whom real music is a plonsure. 
Daisy EarroU, tho English vocalist, 
has a voice of excellent tone and 
more than pleased, while Foucher the 
talkative cyclist did many dlflicult 
feats on the wheel. Interesting mo- 
tion pictures closed a gootl vaude- 
ville , show. 



New Grand Theatr«i 

If thero is anyone who hae a child 
that loves dogs and has the time to 
spare, he or she should take the little 
one to the Grand this week. Ca- 
baret's dogs are i-eally what the pro- 
gramme describes them — wonders. 
From the time that they come In in 
tho automobile and get "all bust-ed-cd 
up to weeny pieces" as one kiddy ex- 
pressed It till they show that they 
can work the Ferris wheel by them- 
selves they are well worth watching. 
Billy K. Wells told some truths that 
hit tile audience- in .some parts of the 
house very bard. He expressod some 
epigrams that were cutting,' but 
through.lt all he carried the long-suf- j 
ferltigPgood humor of an abused race 
HO that no one could be offended 1 
Even the Irish; whom . ihe pilloried j 
stood for the remarks he-'^niade, but 1 
when it came to the election speech. 
Wells got a reception that a single 
performer has very seldcmi etiiialied in | 
Victoria. His election talk Is real, 
and demanded an encore. 

Jllldrld Stoller, the imitator of Lil- 
lian Kusael, succeeded. Her appear- 
ance lends Itself to the appeuranco of 
Lilian Russell, with very little making 
uj), and In her other imitations she 
was very good too. Her singing voice 
Is attractive, as also are the moving 
pictures of her dressing room, shown 
while she is offocting the changes. 
Harry Sprlngold and Mario Glrard 
present a mliltiiry sketch based on an 
incident !n tb.e Civil w.ar that occurred 
between the now thoroughly fused and 
intermingled states that comiu'lse tlie 
domain of William Taft. Tlie "ketch 
shows the old fact that lovelauifbs at 
Mason and DlXOU's. line, the sumo as 
It laughs at some other things. It is 
neatly presented. "Ward and Webber 
do a nice little turn In the way of 
college boy dancing. The college boy 
toucii rolievoa It from the sameness 
of the ordinary juvenile clog dance. 
Thomas J. Price was In good voice 
yesterday, and sang his regular num- 
ber well. Then the moving pictures 
were all that could bo desired, and 
si'ut the audience away more than 
(Satisfied with the big show. , 




At the Empxefa— 

J. G. Roland, Seattle; "W, A. MoAdam, 
Seattle; W. G, ,"VVlng, New' Yor^j Mr. 
Thomas Frost, Pas'ldeha; Mary E. 
.Maclean, Chicago; ' Masy R. Mjltchell, 
Chicago; C. M..;Caven, Seattle; Emely 
Hayes, .Seattle; -W.m, ■ K, H. Lawrence, 
l^os Angeles: D. S; Taut and , family, 
St. Paul; Wni, Sloan, Vancouver; Kerb 
RelUy, Vancouver; F. Kdw.ards, Toron- 
to; Fred Smith, Vancouver; Mr. and 
Mrs. L. J. G. Abbott, Vancouver; Mr. 
and Mrs. James Begg, Miss. Rciss, Eng- 
land; U. O. Montgomory, Mr. and" Mrs. 
H. Caffen, S'eattle; George ' N,,. Cazy, 
London; A. Ozowski, Vancouyor; i. 
Wheatcroft, St. James ■■Is'ltthd;:|'fe J. 
Palmer, Chemalnus; J. B. Neville, Mon- 
treal; O. M. "Wordsworth, Vancouver; 
J. M. Price, Vancouver; C. W, Morden, 
Portland; Mrs. C. A. Morden and friend, 
Portland; H. Winks, Charles Lewis, 
Vancouver, Mrs. H. P. Armstrong, C. 
E, GuhouEcn, Los. ■ Angeles; .,. .Charles 
Downey, Vancouver; Mr.. ,anij,. Mi's... "W. 
D. Sleep, Portland; Jactt^ Rtitledge, 
Portland. ' . ,; 1 ■ .i ■■ . ■'. 

At the Drlttra— " " ' ^ 

J. R. S'mltli, Calga:ry;' B. P, Greene, 
city; G. F. Bullard, Boston; W. M. Ur- 

ipiliurl, Clielialls, "Wash.; Mrs. tJrquhart, 
ChcluUls, Wa.sli.; Louise Urutthart, Che- 
lialis. Wash.; Helen Uraaluirf, Chehalls, 
Wash.; Helen Urqahart, Chulial!)j, 
Wash.; W. X. Bellinger, ,San Francisco; 
J. D. Conncll, Los Angeles; Lester AV. 
Wetzel, London, Eng.; W. P. Parch; 
Seattle; A. J. Bayntun and wife. North 
Yal<lma: F. E. Harris, North "Yakima. 
Wash.; J. McDougall, city; W. P. Sul- 
livan, Vancouver; F. L. Harris, Van- 
couver; K. S. Baron, Vancouver; H. M. 
Goode, Vancouver; W. D. Goodfellow, 
Vancouver; John H. Clampett, Vancou- 
ver; J. Miller, Vancouver; H. S. All- 
strom, San Francisco; F. Kane, Van- 
couver; J. B. Simpson, Vancouver; F. 
J. Ogle, Vancouver; A. R. Baiter, Van- 
couvor; J. H. Glem, Vancouver; O. Heal 
anil wife, Vancouver; C McDougali, 
Westliolino; E. Blgelow', A'ancouver; W. 
.\. Cusliman, Vancouver; Mr, Fred 
Zelaiulcr, Tacoma; Miss K. Kaolin, Ta- 
coma; J. Flelchor, Tacoma; ,T. Jebson, 
Tacoma; H. Uobson Jones, Tacoma; E. 
11. ilcPlieo and wife, Cranhrook. 

At tho King Edward — 

P. Frumeiito, Cowlcbon Station; A. 

C. jVIac Lennaii, A'ancouver; ,T. Menzies 
and wife, D. C. MacDonald, P. R. Gard- 
ner, l-orllrind. Ore ; W. J. Jlitchell. Cor- 
miindy; 10. B. Collins. .Seattle; H. ^V. 
Dealt, Westniinster; Air and Mrs. A. 
Jierg, A. Pclcisoii, Duncans; Wni. Gid- 
le.v, Duncans; Wni. .Vliien, .Sun Fran- 
cisco: It. lleber, Seattle, Wash.; James 
.\. Wobson, Seattle, Wasli.; Georgo 
Dornberger,Seattle, Wash.; O. Dnbson, 
Vancouver; N. V. Archer, Vancouver; 

I.enl)avn(!. A'uncouvcr; .1. W. Brit- 
ten. Vancouver: .1. E. Camp, BeveJ- 
stolce; George Horseman, Vancouver; G. 

D, .\ddisoi), Vancouver; T, Van Nor- 
man, Duncans; V. Hendorson, Van- 
couver; T. Broolcs, Vancouver: U. A. 
lOgllvle, Vancouver: A. 1\. Jolinstou, 
Vancouver: C. .'<ally and wife, Viincou- 
ver; E. Naylor, Portland; K. J. Mac- 
dayn, Vancouver; W. M. .ford.an. Van- 
couver; D. W. Mulland, ^'iinrouver; G. 

Newton, Philadelpliia, I'd.; G. A. 
G(irj;el and wife. Jordan Ulvor; A. J. 
AlacDonald, Wistaria: .1. A. Taylor, Se- 
attle: Mrs. 1". .1. Ilag.an. Clienialnus: A. 
.]. Taylor, V.-incouver: Mr.s. [Jeorge C. 
C'ampliell, Nanalnio; William Palersou. 
Koltsllali: W. K. Uam.say, Cumberl.and ; 
Leo. L. Worts, Itussell; .F. Beiiniilja, 
Winnipeg. Mrui.; J. N. Henderson, Viin- 
cinncr; Miii. Pearsall and daughter, 
Vancouver: S. Willows and wife, Now 
Elskeunl, Mrs. Jackson; A. F. Kobes, 
Vancouver: Leo L. Daly, Vancouver: 
K. Johnson, f'liicago: .\. Bell, Vancou- 
ver; It. C. (.Irakentliorp. Vancoavtu'; D. 
II. Seater, V.incouver: D. Ander.fon, Ot- 
tawa; .lean Van Norman, A. G. Cani- 
caiui, .lohn D.irreit, C. D. Gilpplii. Clii- 
cngo; C. I". ICdwards, Seattle; .Tainea 
Cameron, Vancouver; Joseph Ueid, Van- 
couver. 

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sun; Beryl byUoM. .Seattle: Win. O'llar.'i. 
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tllner, V'anoiniver; W. D. Fisher, Van- 
couver; lUiliert Harvey and wife. 
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attle; Wni. (,'i)Sln, lOxtensloii ; II. I'".ir- 
riint, Vaiicniiver: Jon ."\Iliiiii. Clilcigo; 
mily B. WpIIh, Cblcago; .lack Waid, 
Clilcagi); L. H. Duwall, Chicago; Mr. 
and Mrs. D. S. Baines, N'aiicouver; Joiiii 

D. McKenzle, B.-uldocI;, N. .^.; A. S. 
ITaultaln, Jlontreal; 10. W. Ore, Van- 
couver; T. H. Wilson; A, A. McAlleii, 
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A Htory comes from Tacoma which 
(.(inlalns a warning that Victoria 
mcitliLM's anil teachers would do well 
to hei'd. 'J'wo little girls were out pick- 
ing IjlackberricK when a nuiii ofCercil 
lu take one of them, a child of nhie, 
to a place where hlaekherrlos were 
thicker. Ai'cordhiH- to the cliildron's 
story the sirl he.sitatcil and he gave 
her twenl\- cents to Induce her to ac- 
conipaiiy hiui. Her coiDpanion was 
;;ivou leii eeiit.s ;uid told to go home 
with the l)orrles .-ilie had picked. It 
was necessary to take a ear to reach 
the iilai'c spoken of and the man, 
idtlier :fearing pursuit or moved by a 
good impulse suildeuly i)ut the little 
girl off the car. lie was ari'ested a 
uiouiout after by llie police whom the 
parents, missing the cliild, had sum- 
moned. The man proved to he an ex- 
i!on\-iet whns<! record was a bad one. 
And yet, on being arrested, he Im- 
mendiately scut word to' his parents 
of his whereabouts. 

The story i.s not such a one as 
would 1)1' given circulation here, were 
It not that it shows that mothers are 
far too careless with regard to lit- 
tle girls. .Xo child who la old enough 
to be trusted on the street should 
talk to a stranger. An emiuiry may 
be answered. promptl,\' and i)Olltely if 
the cliild l<nows the answer, but there 
might t(i be no conversatlmi. It may 
Of hard to make an Innocent little 
girl undrrstand the reasim for this 
but If she has been carefuly brought 
up, her native shyhess will help her. 
Then it shoidd be a rule, never to be 
departed from, that under no circum- 
stances shoidd money be taken from 
any but members of the ifamlly and 
very old friends. Indeed, there arc 
many parents who will not allow their 
children to accept presents of money, 
and there Is much tp be said In favor 
.It this course of conduct.. In our own 
city mother.s do not seem fully to 
realize that there Is dah'gep In letting 
little girls go about In the parks and 
other lonely i>laces unattended by 
companions much older ;than them- 
selves. The habit of Independence Is 
not one that shotild be too easily cul- 
liivated. The longer a mother can keep 
I her little girl under her own Immed- 
I late cnrc the better. 

I It would he well If those little girls 
wh;) have brothers were oftener |iut 
in their charge. There seems to be less 
o:f this done in this city than in others. 
.\ girl's brother Is her best protector 
and the! habit begun In childhood will 
continue in f.Cter years. Friendship 
between brothers and sisters Is a very 
i)rccious thing and mothers can do 
nnu'h to encourage It. Even If a boy Is 
not ijerfoct himself he has a very keen 
sense of what is becoming in the con- 
duct of his . sister. Mothers should seo 
to It that their little gltls are,. not al- 
lowed about cither In very lonel.v. or 
In very public places unprotected. 

An Italian lady has written a boolc 
to show .that it is not alwa.\-s what 
are usiniUy called vices that create 
most misery In the world. Our homes 
are often made nnha]i|)y by evil dis- 
positions that never become violent. 
The little deceits of which the outside 
world knows nothing, the Jealousies, 
the want of consideration, the little 
malicious deeds and words rob life 
of its sweetness. Respectable people 
have their vices which more insensi- 
bly hnt nnlte as certainly destroy 
character as those which we '. are all 
read.v to denounce. There l8 Something 
in this point of vlew. Indeed It Is not 
a new one, as every one who has 
read and thought about the parable 
of the Pharisee and the Publican 
knows. Here are two extracts from 
the book taken from the current num- 
ber of the Literary Digest: 

"There are those who. on thcU- 
l>ath through life, quietly trample 
under foot the little (lowers that grow 
by the wayside. Their brutal hands 
break ami bruise all that comes in 
tlielr way. and i)ut aside with scorn- 
ful Indlfferenei^ obstacles that annoy 
10- imiiede their progress. The violent, 
the snlloi, tile Injust. and the Jealous, 
t'lrlure the lives of others quite un- 
cnn.-(io\isly, so freely Is it admitted 
that di teslable dispositions o:C this 
class do not debar possessors of 
tliem from being esteemed. This is 
exactly a point on which humanity 
ni'cd.-i to be "reformed. 

•Ijefects of character should be con- 
sidered moral blemishes and treated 
as suih. Public opinion alone can 
!;ri!:g about .a change in our manner 
.>f re garding these defects. The great 
esse ntial Is to change the current of 
the)uglit, and, however feelile the be- 
ginning. It will with time grow and 
eventually will control men's minds. 
I W hen once admitted that to torment 
i one's neighbor Is equivalent to steal- 
jlng his purse, people wilt not so easily 
way to their IrrltnWc. Imperious, 
'intolerant, and unjust tendencies." 
I ".Neither the brutal and violent, nor 
I the wicked, are always those who 
me)st embitter family IWe. Unjust and 
I false characters — the one vice or 
; blemish la seldom found without the 
other — cause the greate'st suffering, and 
S the' wrong they do Is more subtle and 
ilangorous. This statement may seem 
i par.idox, but In reality It is not. The 
I fe)rnicr class are seldom loved, or they 
I cease promptly to be so; their acts 
are only exterior in their efCects, they 
strike »vlth their lists, and they can 
be struck In return, and the bruise 
of both soon heals. Hut the latter 
class administers the alow polsein that 
finally klUis. Certain luitures suffer 



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Ddhlt .fali' tc^ratbnd^thoVffieetlng^iaf 
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little from injustice and insincerity In 
their surroundings; nothing affects 
them so long as their personal Inter- 
ests arid pleasures are not Interfered 
with; but for truthful and sensitive 
soid-s, all contact with tlu/se :wo 
destructive forces — Injustice and in- 
sincerity—represents a torture that not 
only exasperates, but humiliates." 

Tliere Is a proposal that the young 
men o:f Quebec should raise a statue 
to Doulac des Ormeaux, the heroic 
loader of the little hand of Frenchmen 
and Indians who saved Montreal from 
destruction two centuries and a half 
ago. It is to bo ho|)ed tlmt not only 
the young men of one province but 
ot all Canada will unite to do honor 
to one whose noble deed deserves to 
be remembered by all men. 'through 
all time. The story of the heroes . of 
]..ong Sault is one that will thrill the 
hearts of men a? long as courage and 
selt-saerlflcb are' lotiked'- upon as ■^>lr- 
tues; Therfe are lifew nations that have 
siich a' story In'^ihelr .anrialB; By all 
means'let Canada '■have''a statue of her 
hero and let' 'tt"be''as b'eauttful and as 
enduring as the art. of our time can 
make ft. ' '^'^^ : •• , 

Dr. Helen SlacMurchy must bo a 
very busy woman as well as a most 
useful citizen of Toronto. It Is but a 
short time since she presented tli< 
Ontario government with a report or 
feeble-minded women. In It' thert 
were some very valuable suggestions 
on the treatment Of this helpless and 
most pitiable class of human beings 
More recently she has presented a 
report on Infant mortality In the 
province. One hundred and fifty babies 
In every thousand die In Ontario ac- 
cording to the returns made. This 's 
l;;rger mortality than In England 
where the death rate Is 132. In Lon- 
don It Is only 11.3. That a larger iiro- 
portlon o:C babies sl^ould die In an 
agricultural province with but two or 
three large cities than In London 
with Its crowded mllllbns and Its ter- 
rible poverty soeins incredible. The 
report, however, states that the regls- 
tratloi) of bij:thakJn Ontario is not al- 
ways observed arid that the deathratc 
may be sbinewhat lower. Uut making 
all allowances. It is still far too high. 
If Dr. RIacMurohy Is right the lives 
of three out of four of the Infants 
who died last year might have been 
saved. . 

Among the causes to which she at- 
tributes thfe"^ untimely deaths Js im- 
liropcr ■ feeding. One of the statements 
made In tho repol-f els very' sweep- 
ing. It is this, "The "baby that has one 
chance 'for its life' If fed on condensed 
milk AVo'ul'a have'' two . chances for Its 
lite If fed oh It'sMbther milk." More 
than that" the report' staties that ^liere 
Is riot inorfe than 6ri°« htOther In a hiin- 
drrid wha cannot 'purse' her baby. 
Others- who 'do -nbt'Tfld' so are Ignorant 
or ill adv.lsed* MISfd MacMurchy de- 
nounces both- paterit" foods arid sooth- 
ing syrups. Both' sWAUld „be labelled In 
accordance ■with" tHblf <;5ntents. 'About 
tho ddnger of glvWgf^ children ■ opiates 
all but the most Ignorant' are agreed. 
They are still" administered by un- 
principled nurses'^nrid lar.y mothers 
who prefer their own ease to the 
welfare of! their "charges. If the author 
of the report Is right In calling pa- 
tent foods "Baby Exterminator.":," and 
declaring that most of the advice the 
circulars that accompany them con- 
tain is bad. there Is still much need 
of education among women who am 
both Intelligent and conscientious nnd 
who are devoted to their babies. The 
warning will not do any harm If It 
makes mothers , satisfy themselves, by 
expert advice, of the purity and suit- 
ability of any food before giving It 
to their ha bios. I t the laws do not now 
compel those who prepare Tood or 
medicine intended to be administered 
to Infants to put the ingredients on 
the labels, the\- should be amended tit 
once. 

.\e) sensible' me)ther will OjUestlon 
tho dangers of feeding at Irregular 
hours, of ovorclothlng or eif giving the 
babies tastes of what older pcopU; 
eat. That infiint mortality can he re- 
cluc.'vl Is pro^•ed by the instance of iv 
I)arlsli In Quebec where owing to the 
instructions given by a priest the 
death rate fe-ll In two years from lit? 
to 85 !)or thousand. 

The v.ihie of such n report as Dr. 
MacM'Urch.v has maele is very great. 
The trouble is that government re- 
!i>^rtfl even when freely circulated are 
rot a" often reod as they should be. 
In this rtagrd there are many other 
recommendations regarding fresh air, 
civic cleanliness anil good housing 
which apply everywhere. 

In our own city we' have a great 
ndvanlngp In the eiiullal.'le ;'!imalc. 
There are few days In the year when 
babies canneit spend hours in the fresh 
air. The heat Is never opi)resslve and 
there Is a ce)miilete absence of over- 
crowding. "Whether wi' have at all 
times a plentiful supply of pure milk 
Is a very Impm-tant question in cnn- 
Blderlng tho health eif infants. This Is 
a matter of ch li' and preivluclal regu- 
lation. Dei any babies die in Victoria 
who.se lives might be saved if mothers 
and tho civic authorities did their 
duty/ 

The strawberry crop Is the largest 
that lias been for some years and the 
igrocery stores and fruit stalls eon- 
tain hundreds of bo.ves of apricots, 
plums and cherries — all fruits wlilch 
are oaten raw. Many of tho dealer.4 
are careful to protect these from the 
dust of tne Htreet and from the (lies 
that only await a f(rW days of warm 
sunshine to appear In myriads. But 
others are left exposed to boconio un- 
fit for human food. Since the health 
(loiKirtnient has not soon fit to make 



the regulations that every one sees to 
be necessary, customers should take 
the matter in their own hands and only 
Iniy such fruit from dealers who take 
the trouble to protect It from the sun 
and the wind, but above all from the 
flies. Gauze netting Is not expensive 
and the trouble needed to put it over 
tho fruit- ahojild not be grudged. 




On Applo Thinning'. 

jllr: — A heavy crop of apples, not only 
on the B. C. coast, but'moro or leas over 
tho whole continent, presages cheap I'rult 
and consequently small profit per ,box 
for the orohardlsl. 

More than tKl8, a heavy crop this year 
moans a light crop next, ns the trees 
will have so far oxhausteel llioir proeiluct- 
Ive powers as to neeel a year in which 
to reciu>erato themselves. 

But It lies In the fru'i growers' b.ands 
wlietlior their trees shall be allowed te) 
thus sai) tlioir vitality, and tho remedy 
Is simple. 

Some little time ago In the Sunday 
Suijplement of the Colonist the question 
of apple thinning was considered at 
some length. I had my sny, and do not 
moan to repeat myself. But I would 
suggest that the fruit growers of tills 
dl-itrlct thin their fridl most sevcre'ly 
this season, more so than the gnhlen rule 
of applo thinning — not to allow any two 
friilt to touch — calls for. By sei doing 
this year's crop will he se)niowhat re- 
eluced below what It iieeels. hut, on tho 
other hand, wli.-il apples are; h.^ft will all 
be of No. 1 (|uaIU>. It Is evident from 
the returns <if tlie B. C. l''rult Growers' 
A.ssoelntlon, that, owing to the low 
prices ruling, none hut Xo. I grade will 
be worth selling, so It in well to .sacri- 
fice tho .N'o. 2 crop and carry over a large 
per centage of our apples to next year, 
when prices are sure to be high, by tho 
oxcesstve iltlnnlng I advise. l''urtbei- 
more, our orchard produce will be so 
cheap tills season that all can afford to 
buy largely, so that, by raising the 
.-itandard ot nunllty of our local apples, 
by the nieniiH suggested above, wc can 
widely ailvcrtlse the fact that wo can 
produce apples at least as good as can 
the more widely advertised sections of 
the country. 

AV. .1. L. HAMILTON. 
South .Salt Spring. 13. C. 




1 



"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS" ' 



,It)S pure Natural Carbonic Acid Gas 
acts as a Gastric Stimulant and Tonic 
and promotes the Digestion and Assimilation 
of even the Richest Food. , 



BRITISH FREIGHTERS 

TO C ARRY COAL 

Harley and Harlow Added . to Fleet 
Fixed by the United States Gov- 
ernment. 



According to Eastern advices re- 
ceived j'escerday. the United States 
government had added two more for- 
eign steamers to the coal fleet from 
the .Atlantic. • The Brlttlsh steamers 
Harley, 2,707 tons, and Harlow 2,669 
■tons,., have been chartered, to. Manila. 
Both recelyed a freight of $3 and are 
for ..Juiie loading. 

In addition to several vessels in the 
Manila lleet Jhe government has fix- 
ed four to the Puget Sound navy yard. 
Among them Is tho Norwegian steam- 
er BJornstJerne BJornsen, 3,:;so net 
tons, and tho well known Norwegi.-ui 
steamer Towergate is already <.'n 
route to Puget Sound from Norfolk, 
belner 33 days out today. 

The Norwegian steamer Torsdal is 
out 67 . days for Honolulu from Balti- 
more' and others en route and under 
charter to the Hawaiian Islands are 
the British steamer ICllchattan, the 
new British steamer Demara and tho 
British steamer Den of Cromble. 

Other fixtures in this trade will be 
reported during th^e present week ac- 
cording to advices. 



IN THE GOOD OLD FASHIONED 
DAYS 

Powdered Wigs Formed an Important 
Adjunct to a Gentleman's Apparol 

It is safe to say that a majority of 
bald men of today-would gladly revive 
the old, dignified custom If they could. 
But, they can do the next best thing 
to It! that Is, hold on to what hair 
they have. 

In cQsci? where th,; hair rout or hair 
bulb has ne)t been completely de- 
stroyed by i)arasltes that Infest it, 
Newbro's Herpicide will do wondcr.s 
In the way of encouraging a new 
growth of hair. Destroy tho cause 
you remove the defect. That is th(> 
successful mission of Herpicide. Sold 
by leading elrugglsts. Send 10c in 
stamps for sami'Ie te) The Ileriilcido 
'''>., Detroit, .Mk-h. One dollar bullies 
guaranteed. Cyrus U. Bowes. .Special 
.'Vgent. 12-8 Government Street. 



Three Superb Lines 

Pure Maple 'Syrup, tho llnest 
produced, quart tin 50c 

Pure Cane Syrup, nothing finer. 3 
11). tin ISO 

Pure Olive Oil. free from adult- 
eration, per bottle SOo 

FirfBh strawberries daily. 
Your orders will receive prompt 

and careful attention. 



ERSKINE'S GROCERY 

Corner Johnson and Quadra .Sts. 
Phone lOD. 




THR PIANO BY WHICH ALL OTHERS ARE MEAS- 

V .i-URED. ITS REPUTATION IS INTERNA^:. . 
:■ \ . TIONAL, UNIVERSAL, WORLD-WIDE I'-'f^' . 

And is Jhe recognition in the ■strongest possible manner of a 

^ work of art that is in its hnc 

Without an Equal. Without a Rival. 



M. W. WAITT & . CO. 



- Local Representatives 







Strawberries Si 


till Low 


at the West 


Und 


FIXE r.OC.AT. P.ERRIKS, 3 boxe'^ 


; 25^ 


FIXE LARGE CHERRIES,per lb. 


20^> 


FINE FRESH APRICOTS, per basket 


50^ 


COCtf^EAB Fine, Dry, Mealy Potatoes j<r-» 


»JflLv/flfiL« per Sack - . - 


- - - l^Jl 


The West End Grocery Compaiiy,Ltd. 


1002 Government Street 


Tels. 88 and ^761 




Well Both Be 



If you buy your. ineBt„Iierei iTJ'ou, 
because you will get bettor and 
more meat for tho money than 
ycju ever got before. We, bo- 
c.au.se wo will bavc made anotlier 
.satisfied. cuKlomer. So why not 
come and aclect the meat and cut 
you" want today? "Wo litiow you 
will be as glad, you . did as wn 
will ba to add your riam'o to our 
list of friends. See us for best 
prices in the meat lln^; ' 

620 YATES' ST 
■ PHONE 514,':^* 




You can find Good Groceries Iicrc to pica.sc you. You can't 

beat these : — 

AIOFFET'S BEST HrXG.ARLAX FLOUR, per sack ?1.75 

ROYAL HOUvSElIOI.D I'LOUR. per sack .....^1.80 

GOOD MEALY POT.VrOES, per sack. ............ .65<^ 

1-RESEI MADE CREAMERY BUTTER, 3 lbs ■.fl-OO 

GRANULATED SUGAR, per sack, $1.30 and ?1.15 



Phone 28. 



ders Grocery Co.,, 

Where vou t;ct the I'.cst and Cheapest: 
561 JOHNSON STREET 



Lowest Prices Always. 

On Sea Grass aind Rattan Chairs 

Xo lawn, verandah or den looks complete unless decorated 
wiih/Mic of our chairs. . . , 

If yon want a chair a certain shape, whether small or deck 
style, we've got it. 

LEE DYE & GO. 

Cormorant Street Next Fire Hall and 707 Fort Street 




AND HER COMPANY 

Direction. \'ictor Gtllard 
Mondny nnd Tuesday 11 Society Emo- 

• tlonal Dr:unn 

TKi: adventueuss 

Wednesdivy and Tlnirntltxy a Tliroe-Act 
CoiiioOy 
A aHAES WIDOW 
rrlday niiei S.Vaiidiiy 
THE JTJDCtE AND THE GIBIi 
I'KICli.S— 2r.c, noc. .Seal .sale 

eiiens Katui-chiy, 1 D n. ni. 



a .J 



WEI.... JUNE 20tli. 



FOURTH OF JULY 
Celebration and Picnic 

AT simxis x, B. 0. 

for resident Americans and tlieir 
frlendH. 

.-Slieclal train leaves Victoria on 
V. & .S. nt 1 p. m. Lekvo Sidney 
nt 7 p. m. 
l-"are f(u- rouml trip 

Adults SOc; Chlldron asc, 

S'lrirt patrloUc .spi'echoH. .Souk--^. 
rccltallouH. fjanieH ami races for 
the clilUlren. 

(;onie aiirl enjoy a k"0i1 old- 
fashlOMed lia.skel picnic. 

ANNUAL POUND PARTY 

to ho Iiold nt the 

Protestant Orphanage 

BUlBide Ave., on Thursday, June 23ra, 
3 to 6 p. m. 
UXrSZO— ATXEBlTOOir TBA. 




WEEK JUITE 20th. 



, ^S.JKjSHANE AND KINO 

r,ni-;!i;singer.« ot the Ghetto," 
Advanced Hebrew Kntertalners. 

SAIST BASBOXtZ^ 

ISngli.'ili Comedienne. 

rKlNCISOO KCILANO 

Italian Harpist. 

rOUCBEB 

i-.g^he /ralUlng CycUat. 
BIOQBAPH. 



MAJESTIC THEATRE 

Monday ana TncHaay 
"MotlierlesH," from tho f.iniou.'i drama 

■'The Two Orphan.M." 
"QalloErlior," a newKpuiier Hlory hy 

i'.lchard lliirdinR Davis. 
. . ."Seven Dayo," oxti cnielv luiuiv. 
"The MulUffans Hire Out," .sclntlUatlnK 
. conieuy. 
And other features. . 

Zllustratoa Sonff. 
Porformanccs. rlnlly from i to 5:30: 7 
to 11. ..idtnlaslon 10c; chlldron to mati- 
nee, 5 cents. 



A .spi-el.il fc'ilure for the little ones. 
CABAKET'S DOQ CIKCUS 
HiKlib' trained eaiiint; v.undors. . ' 

'riie llohrew Orator 

BUiI^V K. WELIiS \. ' 

-In original com,loalltlos. , .. 
The'' Lilian Russell of ' Vaudeville ' 

In a series of Imitations of stage 
celebrities. 

Harry— SPINQOXiS --. aZBAB*D— Uarle 

Offer , IheHilrottianvtinitUtat'yt.Unclaont • 
"Tho Reve^llf.n J'-,--' 
WABD ANDS-WEBSSIf 
America's representatlvoiVdancers. 
THOMAS'jaPJsiOa' 
NEW aiovziro piotubbs.; - 
OUB owir obohestbaV};,. ''-' ''-^V 



ROMANO THEATRE 



Monday ana Tuesday 
A FoUconiaU'.s Sou, J did. drama lODO 
ft. Saved from the , Bodnten, bl.son 
western drama;filJj|l(J,;XJ*tA Merry Ohrlsi- 
Dias, . comic. J*|;3^M:«l^|*»Jia Judy, comic. 
The TJsurverV- dfeTtiSfti^-v The ■ Cronoi>Uono 
Talking' Ploturoa. Bomnno Orohestrn. 



ClOKod for Interior Alteration. 



WiUSi Brsiind New Fea- 



Films Nevcr.Shown.Bc- 
fore In Victoria 



Tuesday, Juno 21, 1910. 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 





1107 Government Street 




A very fine line of French Lisle Underwear has just been received. A 
careful comparison of it with other lines will convince you of its superiority. 
It is not the kind that irritates the skin, but is instead comfortable in the 
extreme. Prices range from— ' ^\ . -^^'1 ; ■ '' 

50<J, TO $2.00 PER GARMENT . 



Men^s Socks, Regular, 6Qc, 
' TODAY, 6 Pairs for - 



And Every Pair "Guaranteed. Better Come In Tomorrow for Choice* 

Men's Fancy Lisle Hose 

4 PAIRS FOR $1.00 
This means an exceptional saving. They are a very fine Fancy Lisle 




Victoria 




pon. dones Tells of His Trou- 

■ bles — Insurgent and Maimed 
Players — Assembling Teanf 
For« Next Game- ' 1 

Con Jones, the Vancouver lacrosse 
magnate, was in the city yesterday 
looklner as though he was thriving on 
the troubles contingent upon the effort 
to hold together a twelve capable of 
lifting the Jlinto Cup from the sturdy 
chaps oif the Fraser Kiver valley. 

His visit here, of course, was a part 
of the day's work, wliicli now consists 
of assembling a battalion that will 
give the champs something to do on 
the 1st of July, the date of the next 
league match. Sandy Cow.in, who 
has been summering in A'lctoria, ac- 
companied i\Ir. Jones bade and will li- 
guro on tlie Vancouver team when it 
next appears. Mr. Jone.s ."it ill has 
much confidence In the veteran star. 
He thinks ho can get into jiroin-'P fnrin 
In the couple of wc'dcs Uiat r.-nuiln and 
■will prove a real acquisiticn. 

Con was jCulI of lacr-MSSc .stories. 
They bul)bled over and ail were Illus- 
trative oif the iicculiar difni'ultie.s ex- 
perienced in mana.aiiig all-st.-ir iik- 
gregntion, and, incidc'utall.\-, of the 
fascination of it all. Me tipld of the 
recent lnsurrcctio]i, when fiuu- men 
demanded an inereasii of p.iy, liicm-a- 
tlvely at Vhi! bu.sino.ss enfl of a s.'\'en- 
shooter. He acknowli-d-.-il that it 
might ham lieen chi'n.i)er to grant 
their demand.s, but addeil: "I w.a.sn't 
going to be Iieid up and neither would 
you." 

But the worst of Con's troubles 
seems to be the loss oif strengtli 



through mishaps to men while within 
the firing none. :No less than four of 
his original twelve are bors de combat 
Here's the list: Springer, 3rd defence, 
a-lbs smashed; Griffiths, point, eye 
damaged; "Bonos" Allen, 1st home, 
bruised and generally battered — in 
worse shape than either Jeffries or 
Johnson are likely to be after the big 
battle; and Harry Pickering, 2nd de- 
fence, badly out of commission. 

And •With it all Con quietly smiles. 
"You can't' base any Judgment of our 
charice's''6n' the last match," he ex- 
claimed. "It was a^joke," Then ho 
goes on to tell of his last move, the 
importation of the .two wellknown 
• aatornora, Shaun O'Reilly and "Buh" 
I'larke, who he expects to flll .in the 
weak spots and make Westminster's 
problem all the harder oit soltttlon.,. 

Still ^tho, Vancouver manager can- 
not .'^e- acoii'sed of underestimating 
the roettla of the enemy. "Fine lot of 
fellows," he declared heartily. "Have 
to take my hat off to them." 

Mt. Jones hasn't yet lost hope that 
Victoria will be induced to get into 
the game. He thinks that a third 
professional team i^ just 'what '^s 
wanted and is bound to come. This 
winter he proposes taking up the 
proposal, being of the opinion that ho 
can convince local sportsmen that the 
importation of a few fast men and 
the- use of some of the best locals, 
til us welding together a strong and 
possibly a winning twelve, would not 
be a losing Investment. • • • - 



Composition of Fleet Which 
Will 'IVIake Trip From Ter- 
minal City As Squadron- 
Power Boats Expected " . 



That 16-3 lambasting Montreal gave 
the Shamrock lacrosslsts on Saturday 
has considerable local Interest, Inas- 
much as the former team play West- 
minster next month for the Minto Cup. 
.A.ny team that can score 11! goals on 
any other N.L.U. team in two hours is 
going some," and certainly ought to give 
the .Salmon 'Bellies a very busy after- 



"Xew Westmin.stor is to have a new 
grand staiul. Perhaps the Montreal 
cli.imiiliuis win lift the Mlnto Cup, in 
wlilcli case the residents of tlio Brltisli 
rviluinbla city will have no uao for a 
stand or team i.dthei-. Thoy hope to 
have it ready by the time Montreal 
arrives then:." — Torunto Star. 




as coof. and white as a dairy. No smell, no smoke, 
no heat, no dust. No old-fashioned contrivances. The 

Is the latest practical, scientific cook-stove. It will cook the most 
elaborate dinner without heating the kitchen. 
■ Boils, bakes, or roasts better than any range. Ready in a second. 
Extinguished in a second. Fitted v/ith Cabinet Top, with collapsible 

rests, towel rack, and every up-to-date 
feature imaginable. You want it, be- 
cause it will cook any dinner and not 
heat the room. No htfat, no smell, 
no smoke, no coal to bring in, no ashes 
to carry out. It does away with the 
drudgery of cooking, «p.d,.make8 it a 
pleasure. Women with' the light touch 
for pastry especially appreciate it, be- 
cause they can immediately have a 
quick fire, simply by turning a handle. 
No half-hour preparation. It not only 
is less trouble than coal, but it costs 
less. Absolutely no smell, no smoke; 
and it doesn't heat the kitchen. 

The nickel iinish, with the turqnoisa 
blue of nic enameled chimneys, makes 
the stove ornamental and attractive. 
Made with 1, 2 and 3 burners ; the 3 
and 3-bumer stoves can be bad with 
or v/itbout Cabinet. 

Every dealer everywhere: If not at yoari, 
write for DescrlpUvo Circular to .th«Deu-ea( 

Qirency of the 

TIic Imperial ©SI Compsamy, 



Since the announcement that the 
greatest part of Vancouver's , yacht 
fleet would be here for the interna- 
tional regatta, which opens July 4th, 
and that .Seattle and other northwest 
sea-coast communities would bo 
largely represented interest In the 
event has been considerably stimulat- 
ed. The committee In charge is 
much encouraged. Practically' all the 
details liuvo been arranged and the 
outlook Is of the brightest. 

A complete list of the boats coming 
from the Terminal City is appended; 

Au.\il!ary yawn Gazeeka, Commo- 
dore C. B. Macnolll; auxiliary yawl 
Uv'hilma. Capt. R. II. Alexandra; 
auxiliary ketch Pastime, Capt. hoI- 
hmd; auxiliary yawl Minerva, Capt. 
P. N. Thompson; sloop Amorlta. 
Capt. J. Rleharhson; auxiliary yawl 
Maldeo, Capt. A. B. Langley; sloop 
Alexandra, Capt. K. B. Deane; 
Wideawake, Capt. E. S. Deane; 
iliary sloop Lavlta. Caiit. C. O. 
Ian; auxiliary yawl Elmarsh, 
Alex. JIarshall; auxiliary schooner 
Chinook, Capt. Macgowan; sloop 
Dione, Capt. Fred. Fo.ster; sloop Til- 
llcum, Capt. F. G. T. I.uca.'s; sloop 
Ad.-mac, Capt. Horace Stono; yawl 
Eileen, Capt. Allan. Grey; auxlilary 
",!oop Asthoro, Capt. ^Y. Ma.crlouga 11 ; 
auxiliary sloop Silver Spray, Capt. 
IT. F. Little; sloop Vampire, Capt. 
Fred. Holland; slooi; Gritannia, Capt. 
L. AVainwright; auxiliary l;i;tch Maple 
Leaf, Capt. Jlaclaren; sloop lola, 
Capt. R. Manley. Pnictloally all the 
above sail craft will compete in their 
respective classes in the races at 
Victoria. 

In addition to the above thu fol- 
lowing power boats will go down to 
the big affttlr at the cajiitai: Ladv 
Van, Cai)t. It. D. Hulme; Forest 
Queen, Capt. A. N. McKlnnon; Eolo- 
la, Ciipt. K. B. Deane; Orloano, Capt. 
J. J. Banlleld; Adoraim, Capt, G. A. 
Roedde, steam yacht Mow Ping, Capt. 
li. T. Eogers. 



sloop 
aux- 
Jul- 

Cnpt. 



10 BE IN EARNESI 



Eastern Lacrosse Champions 
Will Not Make Next IVIontli's 



iVIinto Cup 
Pleasure 



Trip Onexof 





* Korthwestern 

R. 

•Spokane i 

Seattle ,,,, g 

Hattcrlea: Baiter and Brooks, 
drix and Custer. 

R. 

3 

.... ....'.,.. 2 

Jensen and Lewis; 



A''ancouvor . . 
Taeoniii .... 

Ilatterle.s: 
and Byrnes. 



Natlonnl 



Philadelphia 
Boston 



I Pittsburg 
, .St. Louis , 



i Brooklyn . 
I New York 



Chicago . . 
Cincinnati 



; Chicago . , 
Cleveland 



St. Loula 
\ Detroit . . 



I Ne'^ark, . . . 
: Montreal'-'. . 

^ Providence 
Rochester 



H. E. 
7 ■ 2 
1 
Hon- 



H. 'E. 
4 
7 . 1 

Annls 



•1 1 

n .1 

ir. E. 

a 2 

■1 , 

H. E. 

9 

1 

H. K. 

12 

H, 'E. 

3 12 



IT. K. 

1 

r. 1 

IT. ,E. 



TORONTO, June 20.— Whether the 
Jlinto Cup will remain in the West or 
not is a question that will bo settled 
in less than a month or so. New AVcst- 
mlnster are now the holders of the 
cup, emblematic of the lacrosse cham- 
pionship of tho world, but ttiey will 
have to defend their laurels l7i July, 
when tho champion aiontrea.l team will 
tussle with them for supremacy. In the 
Eastern metropolis they have an abid- 
ing and almost childlilce faith ,ln the 
ability of the wearers of the' -winged- 
wheel to wrest the silverware from the 
Westerners, but ):heir confldenQe is 
not shared by the . enthusiasts .b.ere- 
abouts. Montreal hd'^. a fiuperabundanco 
of .speed in tho fleild ijnd on tho home, 
but in the latter deDortment they are 
doefully ligiit. Thwe Is no gainsaying 
their pluck and ,erainenes8, but it 
takes more than that' to score goals, it 
Is extremely doUbtfill if .the Seott 
lirothors, Dade, etc., can malce an im- 
presslpn on the hea-vy, hdrd-bhecklng 
defence of the cup-holders. Montreal 
htis a decidedly flne attack, but' it 
depends greatly for its effectiveness 
ui)on a system of Interference. They 
have the play down to a nicety and it 
!uis always been 'a sure goal-getter 
for tho champions.' It tjiey can get 
away with it in the Clip matches their 
chances ojf lifting the mug are roseate, 
but if t'he- offlelals "frd'wn on It, then 
they are rather slim. 

Now Westpilnst^r apparently are 
not as strong as last year, taking their 
games with Vancouver as a criterion. 
The champions were badly beaten at 
Vancouver, and were only able to win 
ut homo by 2 to 1 and 9 to l. Two 
or thi-ee of tho vets, have n<5t been 
going as well as they might, and ad- 
vices from tho Qoast are to the effect 
that the team . will be pretty well 
shaken up before the big matches are 
played. 

Not a Junketing Trip 

The Montreal team doea not Intend 
to make their trip to tho coast a 
pleasure one. They are going strictly 
on business, and If they are beaten, 
will have no excuses to make on,. the 
.score of poor condition. Teams in .the 
past who have striven to separate the 
white metal from the holders have in- 
dulged In all sorts of Junketing In- 
stead of attending strictly, to their 
knitting, but the champions will not 
make this mistake. They, want the 
cup, and want . it ibadly,,and if they 
fall to acompiisjij., their purpose, .-y^.ill 
not attribute- ^eir nonrsuccess. t" 
lack of condition.^ . CSDaoh C^iaucer 
Elliott, of thci,M;9^treal..team, who has 
hiijX more than a,'.meaeuro ot succesa ip 
football and ,ho.ol«ey,:? believes . thg,t his 
men can ahowr thei Westernets the way 
home. •. He thinksi i that ■ , the Sdtontreal 
bunch taken collectively atia Infltvl^ii- 
ally, have few equals and no superi- 
ors, and the only>; thing, in his mind 
that will ..preventKhe team ifrpm win- 
ning, is the matter,, of climate. His 
opinion is l&rgelyi.sh'ared byvthe other 
Dfilcials Of theijclub, who are going 
to accompany the- team on -the cup 
jaunt, in order to. see- the games, and 
Incidentally keep a watchful eye on the 
players. 

Torontos Will Try • 
If the Torontos land the N. li. V. 
championship this year, and if Mont- 
real are sent home ^oupless, the blue 
;;hirt3 will try their' luck In the far. 
Secretary Fred Thompson, of the Scar- 
l)oio Beachers, does not believe that 
Montreal will turn up trumps, and he 
Is already maldrig plans for the Toron- 
tos' trip to the coast. He is ilrmly of 
tho belief that the Torontos^ barring 
accidents, will Corral the premier 
place In tho N. L. U, and .also land 
the Minto Cup. He is not alone In 
this opinion. Tiiere are not lacking 
those who consider the Torontos the 
best teoim that "eVer chased a nibber 
ball on any field' since the days of the 
never-to-be-forgotten Shamrocks of a 
dieaao ogo, The Irishmen of- that 
time were practically invincible: there 
was no defence that could keep but 
the peerless Hoobin, the trusty "Tack" 
Hendry, the ubiquitous Dade and the 
licet Robinson. The Torontos have 
come closer to playing their style of 
bacrosse than any others. Llk'e tho 
famous Shamjoek attack, they have 
th(! weight and' the speed, and, inci- 
diTitnlly the brains. The Torontos' sys- 
tem of Short passing has never been 
ofiuulled and it takes a mighty fine 
defence to hold them down. 

That Game at Ottawa 
That some of the Toronto playerj 
were not lit subjects for tho hospital 
was no fault of the Capital outlU. No 
team was over subjected to such a 
gruelling a3 .the boys' In blue were on 
that occasion, according to Manager 
Muri)hy. 

It speaks ■n-oM for the condition of 
t!;e team that Fitzgerald was tho only 
one of the lot to suffer to any parti- 
cular extent. At that, the injury ho 
received n-as practically .an accident. 
He had shot on the goal and followed 
it in, and was met by Hutton and 
Slioa, the former cro.ss-checking him 
over the head, while the latter bumped 
hlui on ^ho jaw. Before this he was 
laid out by Taylor, who should bo 
barred for all time from tlie lacrosse 
Held, as he I.h anything but an orna- 
ment to tho game. Taylor struck 
!'it;:Borald when he -was 50 yards away 
from tho ball and had his bade turned. 
I'etii Barnott, who is a glutton for 
punishment, was literally Uallcd from 
neck to heel, his body being covered 
with black and blue marks made by 
hard slashes. Tho Ottawa players evi- 
dently flgurod that it they laid on tho 
"wood" hard enough the Torontos 
would "stand-up," as they did a couple 
of years ago, but this time they reck- 
oned without their .host^The- tactlcH 
purs\ied l)y the .Senators did not en- 
hance their popularity by any mean.-!, 
and it is likely to be a long while 
before they will break loose again. It 
was a sore blow all' round 'to the game 
In Ottawa, as before /thevconte.st noth- 
ing but a victory ' had been expected. 
The Caps are not out of tho running 
ijy a long shot at that, and it would 
not bo Hurprlslng if thoy are knock- 
ing at tho door before very long. 
Nationals Have a Chance 

Though the Torontos and Montreal 
teams are conceded to have the cham- 
pionship between them, there are 



St. ALICE 
WATI 



■From the 



Hot Springs 
of Hcita 



Thorpe & Co., Ltd. 

' Sole Agents * 



Prescriptions 

Wo employ nothing but, flrst- 
olnss graduates Who have had 
aniplo experience. You would nt)t 
like to tlilnk that some person 
^vslH ox7)erimontlng on medicine 
from wiilch you were trying to 
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Tuesday,' June 21,.1d10.'n 




STODEiSLFIiLD 



Sports This Afternoon at Un- 
versily School — Large Num- 
ber Events and Many En- 
tries—Band Concert 



At the University School groutida 
this at'turnooii tlie grounds will swarm 
with atlik'te ;Uiulents, their i)arcnts, 
and the general .sport-lovlnR piiblie. 
The occasion is llio annuni Meld day. 
The j)rogrammo Is one of exceptional 
length and variety while the untries, 
In every instance, are sufiicient i)i luun- 
ber to insure "the strongest possible 
competition. The Fifth Reginiont 
band \vlll( be In attendance. 

Following is a complete list of events 
with the entries: 

Hot of ETonti. 

Appended Ik the cuini)loLi; prni-ci-amnie ; 

Ko. 1— Tl'.rowlriK tlie Cricket Ball. 
Open — .Stewiird. IJ. S'. I'inaiuicl.s. JOn- 
iries: I York, L' Jtct; lUKan, ;! riefi-y, 1 
Devini'. "i Rich, li I'otl.«, 7 I'onle. S Kandl, 
U llotisoii, 111 Sanili.Tsiin, 11 tjrau-lord. 
i2 r,ockyer, i:i Mnlliow.s, 11 l/Abhe. 

No. :;— llaU Mile, lor boys under 10, 
handicap— .Steward. S. N. Rlcli. Kn- 
trlos: 1 Wylil .scr. 2 Rur. scr. ;) Wulk- 
er Bcr, I Spencer -1 yds, I licll-lrvinB I 
yds, G I\IcAnally S yds, 7 liovllle S yds, 
S Gordon S yds. H Walli.H 111 yds. 10 
York 10 yds, 11 Taylor I'J yds, 111 
Stockett 10 yds. 13 Wliittoine 1 li yds, 
1-1 Woodward il 12 yds, 1.') H:irt K! yds, 
16 Tatlow 1 21) yds, 17 Nasli 20 yds, IS 
Green 21 yds. 

No. 3 — 100 Yards, Open, Handicap — 
Steward, .1. K. Cooper. Entries: 1 JIc- 
Qulgan scr, 2 Sliaw 1 3 yds, 1 Hich 5 
yds, n AVood\vanl i 5 ycta, llobson 5 
yds, 7 "Wallls G • yds, S Ambery 6 yds, 
Scott 8 yds, 10 liOckyer 6 yds. Rich 5 
yds. 

■No. •! — 100 YardH, for hoys nndor 12, 
flnal heat — Steward, G. H. Andjory. En- 
tries: 1 aiatson, 2 "Watts. :i MnsKrave, 
-1 Holland, H AVilliiinis. G 'iViUlanis, 7 
Wilson, S Wilson, Ei-rington, 10 Thur- 
burn, 11 Harvey, 12 Henderson, l," Cor- 

, san, 11 Rand, l."> Young,. 10 Garrard, 

•17 Kingliam, IS Gardner. 

No. 5 — 75 Y'ards. for boys under 10 — 
Steward, E. A. Rand. Entries: 1 Wil- 
son, 2 Harvey, S JSarton, •! WUson, 5 
Shore, (! Henderson. 

No. 6 — One Mile, open — Steward. H. S. 
Emanuels. Entries: 1 Spencer, 2 Bag- 
shawe, 3 Roe. 4 Decker,. 5 Thorson. G 
Porsse, 7 Devlne, b.,AVallls, O BellTlrvlng. 

No. 7 — 220 Yards; •fori boys under 16, 
handlcai), final heat — Steward S. N. 
Rich. Entries: I Wyld, K.or.: 2 Roe, f 
yds.; 3 L.-iwdcr, 1 yds.; 4 Saiuloison, 1 



yds.; B Poole, i yds.; C Scott, 6 yd.s,; 7 
Wallace, fi yds'.; S Bovllle G yds.: 
Woodward, G yds.; 10 Beech, 6 yds.; 11 
Decker. 6 yds.; 12 Gordon, G yds.; 13 
Macklnnon, 8 yds.; 14 Munday, S yds.; 15 
Hanbury, 8 yds.;. 16 ,Whittp,nie,.-8 .jrda.; 
17 Fennell, 8 yds.; 18 NasK,. id yd8.; 49 
Costertdn,' 10 yds;; 20 Green, 12 yds. 

jjO. . 8— .Quarter Mile, for boys under 
14, . Jiaridltaip— Steward, .1. K. Cooper, 
entries: 1 Chipman, scr.; 2 Rlckards, 
scr..; 3 Challonor. scr.; 1 Woodward, scr.; 
5 Cave, scr.; G Jackson, scr,; 7 Ckiyton, 
son; S Henderson, scr.; 9 May, -1 yds.; 10 
Hart, 1 yds.; 11 Synder, ■! yds.; 12 Clny- 
ton, '1 yds.; 13 Rayner, 1 yds.; 1-1 Hayes, 
■1 vds.; 15 Trorey, -1 yds.; 10 Cobnrn, 4 
yds.; 17 Holms, S yds.; 18 AVoodward, S 
yds.; 19 Holland, S yds.; 20 Tatlow, S 
Yds.; 21 Klngham, S yds.; 22 Matson, 10 
yds.; 23 Gardner. 10 yds.; 24 Corsan, 10 
yds.; 25 Evans. 12 yds.; 2G Musgrave, 12 
yds.; 27 Shore, 12 yds.; 28 Williams, IB 
yds.; 29 Errlngton, 12 yds.; 30 Baker, 20 
yds.; 31 Watts, 20 yds. 

No. 9 — 220 Yards, open, handicap — 
Steward E. A. Rand. Entries: 1 McGul- 
,\'an, scr.; 2 Sliaw, 6 yds.; Persso, 6 yds.; 
•I Tluirsen. 7 yds.; 5 Hobaon, 7 yda; 8 
J'otts. 8 yds.; 7 Woodward, 8 yds.; 8 
.Vmbery, 10 yds. 

No. 10 — Victoria Cross Race, open to 
niunibers of the Cadet Corps— Steward, 
G. K. Ambery. Competitors fire three 
rounds blank, run 50 y.-ird.s and carry 
back woimded man. EiitrloH: Fir.'it beat, 
Stoi-kott. Wallis, .Inekson. Bagshawe, 
IbnlUe. Sanderson. Second boat, Walk- 
er, Beech, York, Devlne, Rich, Potts, 
Tblrd heat, Taylor, Rand. Mackinnon, 
Coalerton, Woodward. Crawford, Final, 
winners of preliminary heats. 

No. 11— Quarter aille.^open handicap- 
Steward, H. S. Emanuels. Entries: 1 
MrGulgan. Bor.; 2 Shaw 1, 10 yds.; 3 Por- 
sse, 10 yds.; 4 Devlne. 10 yds.; 5 Wood- 
iland i., 15 yds.; 10 Wallls, 20 yds.; 11 
I'otts, 14 yds.; ,S Sandeison, 14 yds.; 9 
Rand 1, 15 yds.; 10 Wnllls, 20 yds.; 12 
Taylor, 20 yds.; 12 -Munday, 20 yds. 

-N'o. 12 — 100 Yards, for boys under 14, 
handicJip. Final heat. — Steward. S. N. 
Ricli. Entries: 1 Clayton, sen; 2 Rlck- 
ards, scr.; 3 Henderson, scr.; 4 Chipnuin, 
scr.; 5' Shaw, scr.; 6 Challoner, scr.; 7 
Holms, scr.: S Woodward, scr.; 9 AVors- 
fold, scr.; 10 .lackson, scr.; 11 Cave, scr.; 
12 -May. 1 yd.; 13 Hart, 1 yd.; 14 Synder, 
1 vd.; 15 Clayton. 1 yd.; 16 Hayes, 1 yd.; 

17 Raynea, 1 yd.; 18 Coburn, 1 yd.; 13 
YounB, 1 yd.; 20 Klngham, 2 yis-f 21 
Matson. 2 yds.; 22 Holmes. 2 yds.; 23 
Woodward, 2 yds.; 24 Holland, 2 yds.; 25 
Evans, 3 yds.; 26 Musgrave. 3 yds.; 27 
Williams. 4 yds.; 28 Errlngton, 4 yds.; 29 
AViiyums, 4 yds.; 30 Raker, 5 yds.; 31 
AYatts, 5 yds. 

Xo. 13 — 100 Yards, for boys under IG, 
handicap, final heat. — Steward, .7. K. 
Cooper. Entries: 1 AVyld, scr.; 2 Roe, 2 
yds.; :! Sanderson, 2 yds.; 4 Thorsen, 2 
ytls.: 5 Lawder, 2 yds.; 6 Poole, 2 yds.; 7 
L'.Vbbe. 3 yds.; S Scott, 3 yds.; 9 AVallls, 
3 yds.; 10 Beech. 3 yds.; 11 Decker, 3 
yds.; 12. Gordon, 3 yils.; 13 Hrtibury, 4 
yds.; 14 Whit.tonie. 1 yds.; 15 Fennell, 4 
yds.; IS A'ork, 4 yds.; 17 AA'alkor, 4 yds.; 

18 Maeklnnon. 4 yds.; 19 Munday. 4 yds.; 
20 Nash. B ydsl; 21 Green, 6 yds. 

No. 14 — Half Mile, open. — Steward, G. 
E. Ambery. Entries: 1 Thorsen, 2 Por- 
soo, 3 Devlne, 4 Wyld, 5 AVoodward, G 
Rand, 7 Roe, S Bagsliawe, 9 Decker, 10 
Jackson. 

Xo. ITi — 220 Y'ai-ds. for boys tmder I I, 
(Continued On Pape 11.) 



YES! WOULDN'T IT BE GREAT? 




AND FlNlSt^ED WiTH A DOUBLE KNOCKOUT I 

Yeft BQ* ^ WOULDM'T IT BE GREAT! 




Party Prominent Sportsmen 

Northbound on the Marama 
Will Reach Here 28inst and 
Leave He'iii Day : ' 



Victorians will have an opportunity 
after all, of seeing the large number^ 
of sporting celebrities and Avorid 
famous prize fighters who are now on 

hoard the Canadian- Australian liner 

.Marama, bound, for the coast. Thoy 



are making the trip, of courae, to 
witness tlio Joffrloa- Johnson battle. 

It was rnmored a day or so ago 
that these fighters, flglit promoters 
and sporting men In general would 
leaA'o the .\lar.ama at Honolulu and 
take one of the FrIsco-l-Iawalian 
steamer to the Golden Gate, thereby 
arriving at San Francisco a day or 
so earlier than if they came north to 
to Vancouvori and then back to San 
Francisco on the steamer Marama 
which has been chartered by D. E, 
BroAvn and Macaulay to carry fight 
enthusiasts from here to Frisco. 

But according to a cable received 
at the Canadian-Australian office the 
sporting men will oonio strai.ght 
through to Victoria, arriving tit tlio 
capital on .iiine 2S. Tliey will in all 
probability take the steamer City of 
Puclila to San Francisco on th.e fol- 
lowing morning. 

Among the sporting celebrities on 
board the Marama on this trip who 
ofe coming to see the.^lm-Jaclc debate 
at 'Frisco are Tonjmyi. Burns,, former 
world's champion; nT.Bob Fltzslmmons 
another ex-world's; r champion; Bill 
Lang, heavyweight dhtitTiplon of Aus- 



tralia; Hugh D. Jfclntosh, promoter of 
the Burns-Johnson fight liiwhich the 
latter won the championship; Boer 
1,'nhol/,, one-time aspirant to the light- 
weight title until disposed of by Bat- 
tling Nelson and over a dozen of the 
most prominent sportsmen of the Anti- 
podes. 

By leaving Victoria on June 29 they 
would be able to reach Frisco on 
July 1, fully two days ahead of the 
drama and this is what AviU be done. 



AMERICMS PLAY 



AUSTRALIA 



First Rugby Match in Which Visitors 
Figure at Sidney Goes Against 
Thorn. 



SYDNKY, Australia, June 20.— The 
AU-Amcrlcan Rugby football tcani 
opened their series in Australia •with a 
match against their fellow university 
men of Sydney and -lost by 17 points 
to six. All the Americans are uni- 



versity men and It was thought that 
it Avould give a fitting sport to the 
games here to lino up the varsity team, 
of Sydney against them. The team 
contained some of the best amateur 
footballers In the state of New South 
AValea and the football shown on both 
sides was great. 

The pl.ay of tlio Americans was in 
the nature of a revelation. They 
showed themselves possessed of a 
good grasp of the' inner points of the 
game, they played ,lt with a good deal 
of rugged ■'Stcength-and ■ their speed 
was attractU'e. Tlieir defensive work 
was much admired. ' Big as the Am- 
erican forwards Avere they met men 
of equal size in the university team 
ranged against them, while the Am- 
erican baclcs were on the small side 
compared witii their opponents. Coach 
Shaeffer thinks he can improve his 
fifteen for the next match. 

All society was out to welcome and 
cheer the Americans and the spirit in 
Avhlch the game was played was splen- 
did. . ' ' - 
I There was an immense crowd pres- 
■ent, the attendance being announced 
Ws 42,000. 




Hot League Game on tiie Royal 
Athletic Grounds Results in 
Victory for Wards , by Bu,t 

f^' Single Goal ^ f •; ;| 



. A genuine surprise was handed tha 
lacrosse fraternity last night when 
Victoria .West gave the North AVard 
twelve the worst fright that they havo 
experienced this season. The match, 
which was one of the local icnguo 
series, was won by the Wards by a 
margin of one goal, the score being 
2-1. Doubtless because It was thought 
that the AVeats would be " outclassed 
the crowd was small. If there had 
been any reason to believe that 'the 
engagement would bo productive of 
thu line article of ball tliat was wit- 
nessed lovers of the National Game 
would have thronged to the battle's 
scene.. 

It wa.s an unique game, inasmuch 

.'IS there was absolutely no score un- 
til witliln seven or eight minutes ot 
the call of time. 'IMiree qu;\rter,s 
went by without either team being 
KuccessCiU in taking a step forward. 
The truth was that both defences 
were too strong for the homes. Un- 
til the very end It was iinpossiblo to 
pick one or the other, a gamester 
would liave put the odds down as even 
money. It was straight up and down 
field play, passing on both sides being 
excellent, but the bunches about tho 
flags too steady for those entrusted: 
with the attack. ■ ' 

Action in Final ,i 
When the last quarter came and' 
(Continued on Pago 11.) *' 

LAUNOHIWG OFTHE 

CANADIAN YACHT 



St. Lawrence, CViallengor for Inter- 
national Cup, Expected to Take 
the Water This -Week. ' 



MONTREAL, June 22.-r4The new.; 
challengeh, the St. Lawrence; will be 
launched this week; . ■ J 

On account i 'oiff , the disagreeablat 
weather of late,-, the .work<on;th6 new.ii 
boat, has been kept rback,i°and'only' the ''i* 
nnlshing 'touches remain .^to <, be :^one. 'p 

No ' arrangements 'have 'as yet'be'en'k; 
made for the 'launching. : of;. :the't'St.y 
Lawrence, and Mr. MoK^y -^Edgar,. the ';■ 
owner, will: not be . here ; for. ' tho,^ 
launching of his , yacht. It Is not 
likely that there will bo a formal 



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VANXOUVEIi, .Tuno 20. — Chas. JL 
Hays, president of the Grand Trunk Ta- 
ciflc arrived here from the north this 
mornlnfc- on tlio Princess Itoyal. 

In an Interview l\Ir. Iliiya deohued 
that ho had no -noffotiations on loot for 
the purchase of the l-Iastinsa mill site, 
and hnn so far bought no waterfrontago 
in Vancouver. He. also denied the ■Win- 
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A Bureau of Information Is ''to bO 
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Kamloops 
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is raising the saloon 



WESTS SURPRISE 

M. W. A. A. TWELVE 

(Continued from Page 10) 




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Die Wards hadn't tallied, especially in 
view of the fact that the Wests had 
had Jusi as much Of the play as their 
opponents, tiio. supporters of the N. 
\\ . A. A. besan to become exceeding- 
ly norvoii.s. Almost everyone forgot 
their seats and crowded 'as near as 
possible to the conir)etlng youths' 
chivriiif; and shouting. 

There had been sonio close work In 
tlie llrst tliree uuarters, and It had 
llred the general enthusiasm. In one 
or two vi.^'orons North AVard uttaclis 
"Uksey" Campbell, the V. W. A A 
custodian, had liad to stop scv'erai 
liot shots, but ho liad proved eaua! 
to tlie emergency. In turn the Wests 
had just missed putting the ball In 
the net more than once. From the 
side line It appeared that had John- 
stone, inside home, been able to take 
proper advantage of a number of 
openings that the "Wests wnuld have 
scored. However, ho was playing 
out of his regular position and tho 
misses, In spite of what they cost hia 
team, wore forgotten. 

And so, when the flnal quarter 
came tlio spectators were thoroughly 
roused. They followed the play 
closely, applauding good combination 
and encouraging tho youths to their 
best efforts. Dusk was obscuring the 
field and makinfr it difflcult for both 
players and onloolters to follow tho 
ball when the first- goal was secured. 
Clegg had been taken from the West 
defence and put on the home, in the 
hope tliat he would liave a chance to 
slam the rubber past Johnston. This, 
unquestionably, weakened tho V. AV. 
A. A. defence, and McDonald, only 
seven or eight minutes from time, 
made a point. It was followed a 
minute later by another from McGre- 
gor's stick, the opportunity being se- 
cured, by the clever tempting of the 
West "defence too far. from tho Hags. 
The.';f5,ce;off,.a few sharp passes, and 
Jenkins had 'secured for the Wests 
while scarcely a minute later the 
whlstlOj . announced . the expiration of 
time. ■ ' 

Adair Caras refereed satisfactorily. 
It is notable that he waT riot called 
upon to send a man to .the;repce,-;the' 
nearest approach to a penalty hilHg 
a warning to a couple who seemed to 
be warming up to undue belligereace. 

The Teams 
Victoria West , North Ward 

Campbell, H goal Johnson 

Clegff point Bnkcirs 

McLaughlin . . .cover point. . . Sweeney 

Okell 1st defence Noel 

Provost 2nd dofenco Morris 

AVilson 3rd defence,. Brynjolfscn 



Rossiand Is sliowlng unmistakable 
signs of revival. 

Tho C. N, P. Coal Company's pay- 
roll for May totalled $177,000. 

Many prospectors from Stewart are 
5foing Into the Gold Creek country. 

The close season for beaver expires 
next year, 



has a continuous 



Cranbrook now 
lighting system. 

Fire wardens are to be elected at 
.Stewart. 

Tho new $80,000 Sanitarium at 
IBlalrmore is well under way to com- 
pletion. 

Stewart .citizens are grading Flflh 
avenue tliere as a private enter- 
prise. 

Mining is more active Just now at 
Chllllwack than It has been in the 
past ten years. 

Considerable zinc ore Is being ship 
ped from the "Whitewater mine in the 

Slocan. 

Tho Westbank sawmill at Kelowna 
has 'resumed -cutting, wltli a new 
plant. 

A skull of prehistoric human type 
has been exhumed by gawles working 
near Princeton. 

The Royal Bank of Canada will 
shortly open new premises at Kelow- 
na, 

An excellent programme has been 
arranged for tho annual Cowichan 
rcg.itta on tho 1st of July. 



and tho omy clue to tho 
Identity of tlio deail nuui Is a razor 
found in the pocket with tho letters 
"jV.R.McC.G." scratched in tho handle. 

Mr; Justice Murphy and a jury have 
returned a-verdlct that W. C. Hands- 
ford is sji.no Vrfind capable of ( manag- 
ing hisYQwn-afC<Urs. His wlife- Had cti'al. 
lenged "I'thlsv fact' on the ground . that 
llandsfor4'^wa^i,f: uhable" to' ac.ibunt to 
her forSmonoyjythat lie .spent. 

. Patalitlelr,''ha,Ye ."'f6ll6"wea in, quick 
succession 'iateljf 'In the Crows Nest 
Pass -Jleld. 'At ^Blalymore Fireboss J. C. 
Phillips was killed by a rock fall; at 
Colonian. Joseph Homenlo,.a Slav, was 
Killed by a coal fall in the pillars, 
VVllliam Kelly and August Verhoire 
also receiving injuries which appear 
to bo fatal; at Michel, Archie Clark 
was a"ccidentally shot by a companion; 
and at Hosmer two men were killed 
in le chute. 



STUDENTS' FIELD 

; DAY PROGRAMME 



iContlnued From Pa,i;c 10.) 




No! ThiH Is not mc.-int 
resent how the "l>lii sniDk 
look after tho 4tti of .tnly 
the Victoria Fuel Ciinipa]i 
Cupid, He doesn't carry any 
or arrow.-?, but just simply 
BCUttlo of 



Good, Glean, 
Fine Quality 
Goal 



This Is tho qu.illty yon pet — 
and full weight too, sometimes 
more tlian 2000 lbs. to the ton 
but never less,, when you order 
from us. Prompt delivery guar- 
anteed. 

PRICE $7.50 per Ton 



CamiiboU, A centre Humber 

Nnson 3rd home Pettlerew 

Jenkins^ .,..,2nd home,... Sarglson, 
Halley i.. 71. 1st home...'... McDonald 

Ross outside home. . . McOregor 

Johnson .....inside homo Martin 



Deputy Game Warden Carried Off 
LANSI.VG, Mich., June 20.— It is 
reported hero that Deputy Game 
Warden C. R Petit has been forcibly 
carried away on an unknown Wis- 
consin flshing tug near Green Bay. 
Tlio tug had been seized by the war- 
den and was being' towed by the 
steamer Osborn when she broke away 
and escaped. 



Navy Preparations. 

IIAI,IF.\X, June 20. — Admiral Kings- 
mill is in JIallfa.x; In connection with 
dockyard accommodation for navy and 
m;u-liie fislierlcs roc|uirements. Admiral 
Klngsmlll Unils tliere Is ample room In 
tiie docl; yards for botli purpose 
marine and lisherlea taking the 1 
era portion and tho ntivy department 
tile iiortliorn. Tiio old n;ival luispital 
v.lll l)i> used for tho cadets' college. The 
admlr;il says the Is'iobo will be turned 
over to tlio Canadian autliorltlos on 
.luly 1!4, ,in(l 10 days thereafter iviU 
.1-iUl for IL'difax. 



the 
ath- 



CIXCINWATI, Juno 20.— One railroad 
employee was slightl.v injured when 
li.'i.ssengor tr.ain N". 7,'i, of the Liuiis- 
vllle .and Nashville was derailed todiiy 
at ( 'at.awaliii, Ky., ;iri miles S(mth of 
finelnnatl. .-Vll tho ears that le.T ilio 
track remained upright and except for 
a shaking up none, of the passengers 
wore inconvenTence'd. 



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Victoria Fuel Co. 



2 Trounce 'Ave.; . .'? Phone 1377.> 



Advertise^ln THE COLONIST 




Constructloji has b,eeun of tho new 
Goverrimerit bridge .at- Wild Horse, 
E. K. ■' . . 

Now walls are being' built round 
tile New Weatmlnster . penitentiary 
which will greatly diminish the op- 
portunities qt future escapes,. 

Last Friday week was 'llat Day" at 
Prince "'-Rupertv lhe city-" di'striSulIng' 
bread mfxefl-wlth-jvlrust with. ;arylew 
tb -Wdding" 'IM "city 'of the "ratST" ■"" 

John Tait is experimenting in the 
cultivation of the calabash gourd 
near Greenwood, having imported 
seed from Soouth Africa, - ' 

In the garden of Jlrs. W. Keron 
of Grand Forks, Is growing a pure 
green rose, Blossom, foliage and 
stock all beihg the same shade. 

The Stewart Club has been organiz- 
ed In. the new northern city, with 
thirty- meitibetfe andf.an Initial expendi- 
ture of $^00 on Furnlttire. 

Little EfTie Larson was squeezed al- 
most to death at Phoenix one day last 
week by a pet bear that is one of the 
favorito attractions of the town park. 

Tho North Vancouver Council 'has 
"received and flled" a .petition of 226 
ratepayers asking ithe alderman to re- 
sign. 

A. B. Walters, aged 55, Is at St. 
Paul's Hospital, Vancouver, with a 
fractured skull In consequence or his 
being struel: by one of the cars of the 
B. C E. K. Co., at Vancouver. 

Vancouvorltes represontod by 
Mather & Noble have purchased G,- 
000 acres of fruit lands in Fire Valley 
from E. B. MoDermld, at a price of 

$05,000. 

Many appr-als nro li.slod against the 
Burnab.v asHossinents, which are neces- 
sarily high this year to permit of the 
carr.N'Ing forward of Important Im- 
provement works. 

The .Mbcrnl and Port .-Mlierni 
bran('hes of tho Develoiinient Ijoaguc 
hull] a Joint convention on tlie l.'ith, 
liith and 17th proximo to discuss laiul 
clearing, road and trail questions. 

Ilehry Avlson, who Is acting as 
Provincial Health Offlcer at Stewart, 
will recommend that $20,000 be si)ent 
by' the Government in aanitiUicm 
works. 

.Mr. Justice. Murphy has refused 
leave to A, S, Cooper of Vancouver, 
.aged 10, to take to himself .a wife, 
until absurod of the applicants abil- 
it\- to support the- prosiiectlve bride. 

A gruesome relic was picked up at 
l';sher Lake last week, in the form 
of one of the pistojs employed in the 
murder of Government Agent Assher 
by the notorious McLean band of ofit-' 
laws thirty years ago. 

It win be illegal hereafter to sell 
Jamalci ginger to British Columbia 
Iiulians, tho courts having dec-lai-ed the 
ciisoiice (which contains 9 per cent al- 
cohol) clearly ;in intoxicant in the 
view of tho law. 

A verdict of aecldonl has Ijcen re- 
turned in th(! case of Henry A. Cas- 
ford, who was killed at the Vancou- 
ver Engineering Works/ on the 13th 
inst.. through beconiingi-.fentanferled'' ini 
a revolving belt. r . 

]':d\var(l ;\Iclvinuon had a thrilling 
adverituro hist weolc at Scntty Creek 
when he cndeaiored to cMpturo 'alive 
a woumled ciigl''. Tlio bird atackoil 
with b'-:ak and ohuvs, and will leave: 
permanent marlcs on its would-be 
eoptor. 

An unknown man hns been found In 
Burrard Itilet:>T.he /body had evidently 
been. In the; water/ from twelve to f our- 



handlcaj). final heat; — .Steward, V:. A. 
Rand. I'Jntrlo.s: I Sliaw, scr. ; 2 Cliallonoi- 
.ser.; ,"! .Inclison, son; I Ilolnis. .scr.; 
■Worsfold. SCI-.: (! C:;ivo. scr.; 7 Woodward. 
iivi\; S Cliip.-Kin, scr.; i) (Jliiyton, scr.; H) 
Henderson, scr.; It Vi)ung, 2 yds.; 12 
Coburn, 2 yds.; 13 Rayner, 2 y<l3.; l-l 
Hayes, 2 yds.; IB Clayton, 2 yds.; 16 
fSnyder, 2 yds.; 17 Hart. 2 yds.; 18 Mav, 2 
yd.s.; I!l JIolniH. •! yds.; 20 Woodward. •! 
yds.: 2 1 Holland. -1 yds.; 21 Kingham. 
4 yds.; 2:i Tatlnw, 1 yds.; 21 Boll-Irving. 
-I yds.; 2.'') l-Jvans. G yds,; 20 Musgrnve, G 
yds.; 27 Errlnglon, ,S yds.; 2S Watts, 10 
.vdK.; 29 Baker. 10 yds. 

No. It;— Holay Hare, senior— Steward, 
II. .S. I';nianiiels. I-;ntrios: l.'ifih I''orni, 
McOulgan, Matiiews, Km:nuieis, Itlcli. 
Fourth Form, Wyld, Pcrsso, fine, l-'/iiw. 

No. 17 — 220 Yards, for boys nndor 12, 
handicap, final heat — .Stowru-d, .1. ic. 
Cooper. Entries:. 1 Mutson, scr.; 
2 Bvans, scr.; .-3 Corsan, scr.; 4 Rand, 
Hcr.; 5 Kingham; scr.; B Toung, scr.; 7 
Gardner, scr.; $ Musgravo, scr.; 9 Hol- 
land, scr.; 10 Shore, 2 yds.; 11 Th'orburn, 
2 yds.; 12 Krrlngton, 5 yds.; 13 Harvey, 5 
yds.; 1-1 Wilson, G yds.; 16 Williams, 8 
yds.; 16 'Waity, S yds. 

No. IS — Relay Race, for boys under 11 
—.Steward, K. X. Hlcli. , Entries: Third 
form. Woodward. Fenneli, Cave, Jlundav. 



Rents Are Gobi 




irey, Jlart, Clayton, 



open flnid heat 
ind Em.anuels. 



Second form, 
Rlckards. 

No. 10— Obstacle Rac 
■ — Stewards, Ambcry 
Entries: 1 Sponcor. :'. .Sliaw, ?, Cnslorton, 
-1 Mackinnon, 5 Anibery, G Sutherland, 7 
Monday, 8 Mathews, 9 L'Abbe, 10 Gor- 
don, 11 Rand, 12 Taylor, 13 Poole, 11 
Potts, 15 Rich, 16 Devino. 17 Lockyer, 
18 Docker, 19 York, 20 Beech, 21 Decker, 
22. Walker, 23 Bo..-Irving, 24 -Sanderson, 
25 Tatlow, 26 Bagshawe,, 27 Jackson, 28 
Stockett, 29 "^\'hlttnme, 30 Wallls, 31 
Chlpman, 32 Hendorson, 33 Holland, 31 
V»'oorlward, 3n Richards, ;!G Coburn. 37 
M.-iy, 38 Nasii, ;!9 Matson, -10 l-Ivans, -U 
Ilolms, 42 Hart. 4:! Ralcor, 41 Rehheck, 
4.1 Snyder. 40 T-l,-inhury. 47 Clayton, 43 
Clayton 11. 49 Hayes, SO Watts, 51 Wil- 
liams, .'•.2 Williams II, 53 Rayner. 54 Mus- 
gravo, 55 Corsan, 5R Gardner, 57 Wilson, 
Errlngton, 6D Tluirburn, fiO Marvoy, 
61 Barton, 62 Shore. (13 llomlerson. 
No. 20 — High Jump, oiicn. 
No. 21 — Broad Jump. open. 
No. 22 — High Jump, for boya under 16. 
■No. 23 — Bro'adl JuJrt'p.'for boys under 1 G 
No. 24 — High ..lump, for boys under 14. 
No. 25- — Broad Jump, for boys under 14 



TORONTO, Juno 20. — "Jimmy" Rey- 
nolds, a noted pedestrian and a barber, 
started out to do a wallving stunt from 
Port Hope to Toronto ami back this 
morning. . He; fainted near Newcastle, 
fifteen miIes«VKest^bf Port Hope, owing 
to,, the intensf v.Iv^ ,.ahd gave up the 
attempt. , 



HOW CAN YOU STAND it? 



.HERE IS THE-KEY TO THE SITUATION: BUY A HOUSE.. 

^ A HOMEOEYOUR,OWN' 

If these few we quote below care not what you want, call at our 
office and go through our h.st. We are .satisfied we can suit you. 

These are but a few of our good buys on easy terms: 

JAMES BAY — ^A beautiful, furnished, 5-room Cottage, newly 
V painted, corner lot, large stable. Price . .$4,500 

.ST. JAMES' STREET— Storey, 7 i-ooms, modern conveni- 
ences. Fine view of mountains and Straits- Price . . . .$3,250 

JOHN STREET — 8 Rooms, modern, would make a splendid place 
for a rooming house. Price $3,200 

QUADRA AND QUEEN'S— New 5-room Cottage, modern, full 
basement, opposite city park. Gas range installed. Price $2,800 

. THIRD STREET— 5 Rooms, modern conveniences. Only $1,750 

DO NOT THROW YOUR MONEY AWAY. BUY NOW.\ 
IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO MEND 



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TELEPHONE <1494^ . 



Temperature to Rise High 
WASHINGTON, Juno 20.— A heat 
wave that will boost the mercury much 
above tho norm;il Is predicted for the 
next 36 hours in all cities east of the 
Mississippi river. 



Two Killed in aiine, 
HALIFAX, June 20. — Mine Examiner 
Stevons -'and a youtJi named Wood 
were killed in an explosion of gas in 
the colliery of the Ataritime Coal, Bail- 
way and Power company's colliery at 



Chlgneoto this morning wlillo making 
an examination of tho mine to seo that 
It was safe for tlic miners to enter It. 
It Is supposed that they used an open 
lamp Instead of a. closed one, ns Is cus- 
tomary. Tho bodies wore recovered. 
Stevens was 35 years of ago. 



Calgary's . New Ambition 
CALQARY, June .20.— To make Cal- 
grary" the .Pittsburg of Canada Is the 
ambition of an American syndicate 
locally represented by ex-Alderman 



Watson, who In speaking of the syn- 
dicate's plans said: "Wo purpose de- 
veloping water power capable of sup- 
plying sixty thousand horso power 
and it is our intention to in.'iko Cal- 
gary the centre oif development of tho 
vast mineral wealth in southern Al- 
berta, I expect that within eighteen 
months pig iron will bo manufactured 
here from or secured within easy 
reach. 



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Tuesday, Juno 21, 1910. 





120 FEET ON GOVERNMENT STREET 
being a , corner lot with, a few old buildings 
on it. ,/ Price on terms,' ..... . . .;$2P,.O0O 



.60 ,x 120 Feet ON HERALD STREET 
with two buildings, rented. Location is ' 
between Government and ^ouglas. Price, 
on eagy terms .$10,000 



JUST OFF DOUGLAS, ON CHURCH- 
WAY, near the corner of Douglas and 
Humboldt. Full-sized lot, to be sold on 
terms at $9,000 




siness Property 



TWO LOTS AND FIVE BUILDINGS— 

I ? irwo^l^bu.ses'fac^ Street, two face 

. .vpn' ^^Qol* Stre^J,^^^ there is a store^pn.the 
co'rnei'.. ■ All' building.5 are srented and 
bring in $65« per mputh. -Price, on 

terms ; . . , i . . $9,500 

• This investm.fcnt as it stan45'' represe?i.t8. a^^ 
safe 8 per cent.'' ■' ' 



Large and Small Houses for Sale 
and Rent - . 



DOUGLAS STREET— One lot, ' So x loo, 
with 2-storey Houses. "Price, on terms 
$9,000 



n 








*D ^ mVESTMENT AGISNCY 



Seg§pnable and R easonable 

Three Brand New 
Bungalows 

Richardson Street— -Storey, containing Drawing-room, Dining-room, Den, Kitchen, 
vScuUery, Pantry, Reception Hall, four Bedrooms, Linen Press, Bath, Tojl^t,, Basement, 
Cement Floor, Piped for Furnace. Interior well finished. Price .$5,250 

TrutehStreetTr:Jj^^^ Dining-room, Kitchen, Reception 
Hallj^ScuUefy, Pantry, three Bedrooms, Bath, Toilet, Basement, Piped for [furnace. 
Splendid! Location. Price ............. i..'.j$5,2so 

Davie Street— -Just completed, containing Parlor, Dining-room, Kitchen, Pantry, Bath, 

Basement, three Bedrooms, modern in every respect. Price $3,150 

VERY EASY TERMS ON EACH 



P. R. BROWN, LIMITED 

Moneg to Loan. Fire Insurance Written, Stores and Offices to Rent. 

Phone 1076. , 1130 BROAD STREET, p. O. Box 428 



The 
Best 





The 
Best 



Property offered is in Section 1426. This section lies with the end on the river and the other end adjoining. Section. 934. 
Here is a copy from the Colonist, dated April 24, 1910: — 

"SECTION 934 .KNOWN AS SOUTPI FQRT GEORGE, IS THE ESTABLISHED CENTRE OF POPULATION 
AT THE PRESENT TIME, the home of the "Fort George Tribune" and a centre of business and activity that is virtually 
certain to continue until the end of construction days, as it affects the district, being the objective of up-river steamers, brin- 
ging in settlers and supplies," an^ fur^ther: "According to. the promiscis of the builders^ .the railway will reach the expectant 
and waiting city in 1912 or 1913 at the 'very latest." 

Section 1.126 lies between this centre of activity and the river. .We,have>tKe exclusive sale of one whole.'bloolSinCtI"5 
section, and now that the Government has made its. selection of properties we are enabled to deliver absolutely, lote in the 
above .block at . ... ., * - j . .. ... 



$150 to $250 Each 



.': •'■ ; .1 % |. ,' On very easy terms. vu--- 

Think ! If ybu had only bought a lot in Winmpeg,"Van couver, Victoria, or' any oth^j;. city when they vir'ere cheap. 



PEMBERTON & SON 



614 Fort Street 





Only two minutes from the end of the car line- 




For a new Six-room House, containing hot and cold water,,' batK, electric 
light, with 44 of an acre of good land. "'^".'.".^ \''\'' 

Terras Gash, Balance in One 

...pRANT- 

P.O. Box 307 633 YATfeS STREET Phone 664 

/ LINEHAM-SCOTT SAND & GRAVEL .CO. 
VLINEHAM & CO, Jordan River. 



HBADdPFICES 





FDITED m 

MEM'BEfe C?MA.felM< MlHIfKi 
IMSTITUTE, GREENSVtXL 
mo MEOaiST HOBTH"E[*>- 
LAND IH5TlT0Tro'MIMlN&' 
ENS1NEE63 1901 



Real Mines 

In mining, the poKsossion o" nerve 
counts for much, the man who la not 
daunted by dlffloultles, but who deter- 
mtnes to see the tning through in the 
face of lobatacles, is tbho man who 
makes a sucooss. The fact Is that few 
mines pay from the grass roots. It Is 
•true that many of them have done 
so, and ^he number of rich mines 
that have not only paid their way 
from, the start, but 'have given wealth 
at the same time to their fortunate 
owners, is surprisingly large. 

The MlspaH group at Tonopah raado 
Buttler and his first nssooiates very 
rich, and out of the hundred odd men 
who took leases on the properly 
twenly-flvo or thirty made fortunes, 
and a.U but tlvo or six made money, 
although their leases hud only nine 
months to run. Nevertheless, the fact 
remains .that vlic majority of mines 
only become producers after the ex- 
penditure of much money alul the uhg 
of brains, backed Ijy onthuslaBtlc per- 
severance. The cvidonce of IhiH fact 
lies iiatont on every liauil, and tliei-e is 
hardly a mining- district where i)ro[jL'r- 
ties, now rich producers, are not to l)e 
found which wore turned down ijy 
wise-acres who knew too much to 
spend money on such a prospect, and 
were too ihalf-hearted to develop 
properly. 

The Economics of Mining 
, In a new book, "The Cost of Min- 
ing," written by James It. Findlay, 
secretary of the Jiiulng- and Jlotal- 
lurgical Society of Aniorira, the eco- 
nomics of milling is pretty tlinronslily 
digtsled, and Mr. ]''indlay talccs a fe\v 
admirable shots ti^ the extreme i)rac- 
tlce of charging everythint; up to 
"capital" that . the management can 
possibly so charge.;'T:he.volunje.l8 one 
of exceptional i^'value - to "C- the V mining 
stock investor, and ltr'l?"8 lindpubtod- 
ly been publlshed .ln, responsb. to' the 
increasing demand - for knowledge con- 
cerning the.: economics of mining by 
the generaf: public. A great amount of 
significant material Is put into .(00 
pages. 

Granby Stock 
Speaking of the pre.qent value of 
Granby stock the 'Boston Commercial 
Fays that it would not advise to sell 
Pranby at its present price for the 
purpose of buying any other copper 
stock. It belicA'es In the Granby prop- 



erly, and is satisfied that the manage- 
ment will spare no effort in the 
handling of its affairs to make the 
Mivcstmcnt of .stockholders. After mar- 
ket conditions change 'for the better, 
Granby sioolc should liavo a snb.stan- 
tlal rise. 

Experimental Ore Srnalter 
An experimental SO-ton ore si^elter 
is to be immediately Installed near 
Toronto to fully test the new chemical 
process of mineral extraction, the In- 
vention of a young Ontario chemist 
and the world's control of which has 
just been acquired by D. D. Mann. 
Upon expectations being realized a.-i 
to the practicability of the new pro- 
cess, which It is predicted will revolu- 
tionize smelting processes by reason of 
its marked economy, a smelter on the 
new lines will be established at Stew- 
art to treat on the spot ores of the 
Portland Canal camp and another 
similar smelter will be established at 
once near Klmberlej- in the Kpotenay 
district, and Mr. Mann will .proceed 
to actively develop his extensive min- 
ing property In that looailty, includ- 
ing the North Star. Heretofore profit- 
able fjperations of these mines had 
been interdicted by difficulties In the 
treatment of the zinc-lead product, 
which dlfflcultiea the new process 
gives promise of removing In toto. 

Workmens' Compensation 
The well Icnowu writer on econom- 
ics, .ludfe'c; riucg^r, has just puljllslicd 
a niDnumonlal work on the subject of 
" Worknioii.s' Conipenaatlou." It. was 
Poi)e wdK) wrote tliat, "Authors, like 
coins grow dear as tlioy grow old." 
He was alluding, l)ii::sll)l.\-, to authoi-a' 
works. If .so, ills ;i])liorism lias no 
aiiplicatiou to Icgid tc\-t-b()(d<s. There 
l.s no kind of trc^alLsc which goes out 
of date and l)..comi>s clicap .so soon. 
An act of i)arll:inient, or even a de- 
cision of the Houno of Loids, may 
relegate a I. xt-book wliich is only 
six months old to the top sliclf in tlie 
lawyer's illirary. 

Judge lluegg, liowover, is too ex- 
Iierlnncpd a tcxt-hoolc writer to allow 
his work to heeouiu out of date. 'J"ho 
voIuuiCf now before us has grown In 
bulk. It contains not only all the 
classes of importance wlilcli have lieen 
eonsiilered in the .Suiierlor Coiu'ts of 
England, Scotland and Ireland, hut In 
many Instances a coniparlson of these 
eases, and .an enunciation of the 
l)rineiples upon ^vhlch tliey .are foinid- 
ile, or which are doducibic from them. 
As In iirevious editions, cases in the 
county courts whicli have not been 
appealed li;i,ve, except in exceptional 
clreumstanecs, been omltlod. The au- 
thor has, with the aajslstance of Mr. 
Redden, added foot-notes dealing with ' 



Canadian cases. As the Dominion has 
parsed an act whlcli Is very similar 
to our own, tliese decisions will un- 
doubtedly be very useful as examples, 
but, of course, they will not be bind- 
ing on our courts. Indeed It Is pos- 
silde that these cases liavo been added 
more ^^■ith the idea of assisting tlm 
Canadian lawyer, wlio will naturaly 
pay much attention to what falls from 
English judges. One or two differences 
betw(!en the law of compensation In 
Canada an.i tlie niotlicr country may 
be noted. In Quebec, comiionsatlon is 
payable to tlio cflnsort, to legitimate 
children to Illegitimate children ac- 
knowledged before the accident and lo 
dependents of wlmm the deceased was 
tlie only sui)port. 

Promising Mining Field Near Tele- 
graph Point 
At Telegraph Point, -10 miles from 
Prince Ilupert lies a very promi.sing 
mining field wliich extends several 
miles. The i)rop(u-tles are on the 
north sliore of the I'lver, on tide- 
water and the Grand 'J'rnnk Pacific 
railroad passes within -00 feet of 
t!u>ni. The formation is volcanic and 
tlie geological fcu-matlon is mostly 
composed of granite schist, lime pro- 
phyry, quartz and epldote, and also 
magnetite Iron. Tliere are several 
claims, where the most work has beer, 
done, there are several open cuts and 
also a drift of 2r) feet on a bed of 
quartz over two feet wide, and being 
well mineralized and assaying on an 
average of $9 a ton In gold, silver and 
copper. The contact appears to be be- 
tween volcanic granite and schist. On 
one of the claims close by the forma- 
tion slightly differs, there being more 
riu.'iitz veins sliowlng some good ore 
and likely to come together a few liun- 
dred foot above. The same lead Is 
cropping in the formation GOO feet 
al)f)ve this point, :uid over ten Indies 
wide on the surface. Tliese two veins 
are in the contact. One carries gold 
and cop])er, the other gold and silver, 
coiijier and galena (silver load). Some 
of those propcrtlpK will )je bonded 
within tlic next three months, and 
their devcloiiniont will be permanent. 



BUILDING ? 

If you Intend doing so. huy a 
largo lot, fiOxl-O, on Richardson 
street. It la close to Cook street 
car lino and In one of the best lo- 
calities In the city. 

Price, only. 9li600; one-third 
cash, balance ,easy^, 



PLUMMER' & RIDEOUT 

Real Kstate, PInnnclal Agents 
Money to Loan. 
1U2 Broad Street Phono 2Z'ri 



Liiiden Avenue 

Special Price on'2 lots, 50x143 
each, with ,a 15 feet lane at rear, 
la but $1,400 each,'t^and on terms 
two. Lots lay on the high por- 
tion. 



Fleming & Dowswell 

Real Estate "and Timber 
034 View Street. Phone 2307 



INSURANCE IS ■ ^ " 
INCR 'E^SED ON GRAIN 

Advance Made by Underwriters Places 
Further Handicap on Sailers in 
, Competing. y/ith Tramps. 

The announcement by underwriters 

th.'it rates on grain .shipped from this 
coast to the United Kingdom or con- 
tinent In sailing sliii)S will be raised 
after Juno 30, from 2 1-2 to 3 per 
cent places the windjammer undpr a 
linivy handicap In competing with 
iKtoamcrs on w'blcb .Insurance U-aitjes 
on the samo kind of cargo average 
1 1-2 per cent. Many exporters be- 
lieve that this increase will mean 
the eUmlhatibn of sail tonnage from 



the grain carrying trade in which It 
lias been so conspicuous for imimy 
years, says the current Railway and 
Marine News. This increase has been 
declared by the association of under- 
writers represented on this coast by 
the San Francisco board, the Initia- 
tive having been taken by the agents 
In the United Kingdom :for the largo 
insurance companies. 

For Eomo time underwriters claim 
they have been making no money, and 
us there have been many heavy losses 
of sailing sihlps carrying valuable 
cargoes, the higher rates are the re- 
sult. Surveyjra have been Instructed 
to carefully Investigate the loading of 
barley ships on which the risk Is con- 
siderable. It Is not likely that any sail- 
ing vessels In the future will bo al- 
lowed to carry full cargoes of bar- 
ley without stiffening of wheat or 
other heavy material. The loss of the 
bark Mattorhrtrn and ship Brodick 
Castle laden with barley during the 
Inst two sea.-joiis lias proved that bar- 
ley Is an unstable cargo In heavy 
weather. 

The high rates on sail will great- 
ly Infiuenco exiiortors In favor of steam 
tonnage In bandling the croj) o:f the 
coming .season. It will moan vhut auW 
Ing ships must accept a rate propoi- 
tlonato lower than stCiimors or else 
withdraw from the trade. That the 
difference In insurance rates between 
sail and steam is Vto .inconslderablp 
amount Is ebown by the statement 



To Tlie Stirewd Investor 



ThoCr 



1 of the Market 



% acre, with six-roomcd house; 
all clear, and on car line — 
$2,500. Small cash payment, 
balance easy. Rents for $13. 
(107.). 

Waterfront — 2-storoy house, 7 
rooms, cement block founda- 
tion, piped for furnace, large 
reception hall, sewing-room, 
magnlflcent view; lot 60x232. 
{600 cash will handle this one. 
(168.) 

Wilkerson Road — 6 1-3 acres with 
4-roomed house, stone founda- 
tion, good well and stable, 
about half-acre rock, remain- 
der good land; $3,500. Very 
easy terms. 

Royal Realty Com'y 

615 FORT STREET 



To Gentlemeri, Sportsmen and others: 

FOR SALE 



For 



Sale! 



QooA six-roomed bungalow on To- 
ronto St, newly painted and 
renovated: close to car line. 
Price 93|000 or would rent. 



HOUSES TO SEIil. AND RENT. 
FABMS rOB SAZiE. 

A.W.Bridgman 

1007 Ooveznitte.'nt St. 



Frederick . St, cottage B 

rooms $1800 

Nov.' liouse, C rooms, all mod- 
ern, comcmt foundation and 
basement ...... ........ 3750 

Comer lot , Cook i St, .61x139 960 
Flsguard St., 60x120 per ft..' 150 
Herald St., oloae to' Qovern- 
ment St, ..per''.ft;.>s ....... 160 

Yates Et, below. Government St., 
large brick block; easy torm.s; 
snap ,. 527,000 



In the Beauti 
This estate consists of 4S0 acres 
under cultivation for wheat, oats, etc., 
Th?, land In and around consists of 
the soil varying little, and is very 
duce, etc. From a sportsman's point 
valley around. The residence con 
lake. There Is also a two-roomed 
for horses, cattle, etc. The whole, 
farm machinery, tools, etc., can bo ha. 
can be. had, If required,' the whole bel 
nge and can bo sub-divided according 
PENTl 

For Immediate, disposal, ten most 
town, Bize 33%xl20 feet One lot con 
ogan Lake.- Cash price, J4,800..' 

Apply in first instance to 



FOR SALE BY 



ful Okanagan 
partly laid out In pasturage, partly 
and includes Marron Lake (5 acres), 
the choicest bottom and bench lands, 
productive for all kinds of fruit, pro- 
of view it is the only plentiful deer,, 
tkins: six rooms and overlooks . ^ho;; 
cottage on the benoh tapd, ahd barns 
Including- • caUle, sheep, plga, fowlsil 
d?. on 'valuatli^h. V-A^o^^er 160, aares;{ 
ng splendidly 'adapted for fruit aore- 
ly. 

CTON 

valuable lots In Pentlcton in centre of 
tains amall cottage overlooking Okaa- 



Tonders will bo received by the 

imderslgncd up to the first day 
of July, imo, for tlio purchase of 
a beautiful new lionii; on tlio 
Gorge watoifrcmt, al)out one- 
third of an acre, cultlvaled and 
in lawn, with a new 7-room 
liouse, up to dati.. In every re- 
spect; has electric light, furnaco 
and ICsqulmalt water; close to 
car; one-third cash, balance on 
mortgage if desired, at 7 per 
cent 

The« highest; or any tender not 
necessarily accepted. 



Moody Block, Yates Street. 



A. GILSON 
Phone 1386. F. o. bos 4B& 

Beat Batata Aerant. 

70* YATBH ST- 



that It 
pence, ( 



averages about 1 shilling 9 
r 42 cents per ton. On an 



Storo (plate glass front), and 
cottage, best part government 
Et. SGGOOj good terms. 

94 Acre, wUh cottage, 
man's liou.se, 2 iiea hoiiso 
plg-styo, clcsc to car. 9 

17 Cheap Iota, Cloverdalo 
close to car; $450 each 

rivo TlioroUErWy Moaom' liousea, 
close In on Pandora. 53,150 up. 
Good torm.s. 

Two Largo tots with cottages % 
milo out; clo.so t.n car: 93,000 
the two; nn excellent buv 

Iiargo selootlon of farms I 
parts of Vancouver ' : 
.Some cheap timber, limits 



Chlna- 
and 
,250, 
avo.. 



all 
Island, 



average cargo of 3,000 tons this dif- 
ference means ?1,2G0. It Is certali'i 
that Uie exporters will not assume 
this burden and that owners of sail- 
ing ships must absorb ithl.^ increased 
Insurance by accepting lower freights. 



INDO-CAWADlAM- BBOKEBAOE 

COMPANY 
Eoom 12-A, 1122 aovernmout St. 
Fboue 760. P.. O, Box 953. 



GEORGE M. WATT ; 
P.p; Box . 209. Victoria, B.C. 



GOOD BUY I 

5 Room 

Cottage 

$2500 



Including onfe-third Acre 
Good Land. Also small 
stable and chicken houses. 
Land is well-situated. This 
property is close to Douglas 
vStreet car line, and is in- 
creasing in value. Taxes 
arc low, as it is outside city 
limits. 

Terms .$500 cgish, baxance 

on easy payments. 



12 1 4 Douglas Street 
Phone 1466 



Xevet'B V-Z ( WTse SeoO) DIstnTetteiA 
Boap Powder dusted in the bath, softens 
Trater aad diainfectb' 4l 



Tuesday, June"21; 1910; - ' : : 



^rccTORiA dahjy colonist 



13 






BUTCHER SHOP, 20 X 40, with furnishings. 12,000 lbs. Fairbanks ^yeighing scales, slaughter house, 
fitted with tanking outfit complete. Piggery 20 x 40. Cattle Sheds, Corrals, etc. Dwelling, 10 rooms, 
with electric light, water, etc. Stable 30 x 20. Over five acres of land. Also Lot at Mount ^Sicker, . 
with stable. 



SOLE AGENTS 



Telephone 
30 



S. DAY 



Established 
1890 



620 FORT STREET. VICTORIA, B. C. 



Some Good Investments 



LAnGE 2 STORY . DV/ELI^- 
ING on South Turner street, 
nnar car line, well finished 
with all modern conveniences, 
brick and stone foundation, 
fruit trees and garden, lot 
55x126, price reduced for a 
quick sale to,'$4f600. 'Let/:ua < 
BhoW'.you thle^:-' ■ 

SHAWNIGAN> LlAKB, 7 jicres 
■ with good " big watertront- 
• U500 

NEAR CIT\ PARK, new 7- 
roomed house with all con- 
veniences, lot 00x120 $4500 

4 . 1-2 • acres'' off Hll-iilde 
Avenue,' inside city limits, all 
good land,, no rock, 50 full 
bearing fruit trees and small 
fruits, 6-roomed house (would 
subdivide into lots) all 
for $6500 

FERNWOOD GARDENS, lot 
50x108. Price 4250 



PANDORA STREET, 2 large 
lots, each 60x160, with 
frontage on 3 streets, would 
subdivide Into four good 
buBlrie8S..lot8t only . . . .$10,500 

GARBAIiliY ROAD.' 6 roomed 
house^i new, nil conveniences, 
lot 60x160; only . . .. ...$2750 

8 yLCRES on nortli. side of 
Gorge 3oad, inside cslty ilm- 
its;-; suitable for subdividing. >' 
Only . '....$12,500 ■ 

QUEEN'S 5 AVE.;— Choice lot, 
near Ci'ty Park, 00x120.. $900 

MARKET - STREET, 2 large 
lots, each 00x202. jiiat off 
Quadra street, eucli .,.$1250 

LOT, 57 X 120, Chester ave. $1,200 
2 LOTS, corner FairfieUl road 

and Chester ave., with 12S ft. 

frontage, very choice, the two 

for .. $2200 

Z LOTS, off Francis ave., 145 

feet frontage, for two. '.$850 



18% ACRES on Cedar Hill 
Road;: just ' oiitsldo city 11m- 
ItsK iPerj acre,; only . . .$500 

2 1-5 ACRES '. oh: " Cloverdalo 
ave.. all clear, no rock, $2,312 
Would subdivide Into lots. 

2 CHOICE LOT.S ON THIRD 
STREET, between Bay..-and 
Queens, each 50x140;^. with 
' alley at rear; each. ; . , . .$1,200 

3-4 ACRE, %vith double front- 
age, equal to 5 lots, o[C Clov- 
erdalo nvo $1,000 

HALF ACRE ON IIAPLE ST.. 
no rock .. .$£50 

5-ROOMBD BUNGALOW, on 
Toronto at, corner .lot. with 
fruit Tees,' medern conveni- 
ences, including gaa, near 
Government st, a cosy little 

home, for $3,500 

Owner ■wishes to move out 

of city. 



SWINERTON & MUSGRAVE 

1206 Government St. 




This 
Beautiful 
Home 

Is^ practically fronting on 
sheltered sand beach. 
Ideal for boating and bath- 
ing.' 'Will exchange it and 
s over.5 acres, for city pro- 
perty. 



11 



TO LET— 34 Rooms, hot and cold water in each room. Yates Street,'iiear Douglas Street. 

FOI? SALE — 9-Roomed House, Boyd Street. Only i . ^ • . • .$5,500 

FOR SALE — 8-Roomed House, corner Government and Torontd .-. .$6,500 



Fire Insurance a Specialty. 



APPLY TO 

COLES & ODDY 



Fire Insurance a Specialty. 



P. O. Box 167 



REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL; AGENTS 
1205 Broad Street, Next to Colonist -Office 



.Telephone 6i 



GREEN & BURDIGK BROS. 

Phone 15 18 



Real, Estate 
Cor 'Broughton and Langley Streets 



Insurance 



GORDON HEAD 

AND MOUNT TOLMIE 
We have some of the 
choicest fruit ranches — in- 
come producing properties — 
also some choice^water front 
for sale. ., ' ' '' ... • 

Harman & Appleton 

534 Y«tsi Str«et 
Next S. Leittr & Co. 



Two Pirtjf root iiots, within lOO 
feet of Cedar HIU road, inside 
city llmltB, good soil, $400 for 

tlio two: easy terms. 

Some Good Iiot« at "Willows 
Beach, facing the sea. Nice lo- 
cation for a aunimcr home. 

rive Aoro Blookg near Colwood 
on two main roads from $100 
per aero up; very easy terms. 



R. B. PUNNETT 



Telephone 1119. P. O. Drawer US. 
Boom 10, Uftboa Slooir, Vleterlk. 



Own an Island Home 1 1 NEW HOUSE 



Come in and let us tell you attout tills lovely property, com- 
prising 282 acres, on one of the largest islands in the Gulf, with ex- 
tensive waterfrontago anil good iiiipliorage. One hundred acres ex- 
cellent land, ten acres cleared, running stream and seven roomed 
house. 

YOURS FOR KOOO ON TERMS 
We recommend tills. Don't delay! 

GILLESPIE & HART 



General Insurance, Loans and Real E.state 



1115 Langley St 



Just Completed 

7 Booma, piped for furnace, bath- 
room, separate toilet, Inrso 
baHemcnt, cement floor, llar- 
blnser Ave., choice location and 
a home you can be proud of 
Terms $500 casji, balance to be 
arranged 

FBIOE 94.200. 



E. WHITE 

604 Broughton Street 



For Sale ! 



Good level ptrassy lots close 
to "Willows" Race Track, and 
fronting on tho car line. 

$400 

$50 casli arid $10 per month. 

Six per cent. Interest. 



Near Proposed 
Car Line 



7 MILES OUT 



ALBERT TOLLER & CO. 

B Imperial Batilc Chambers 



We Want a Modern Home \ Good Buy ! 1 1 NeW Bungalows 

About 6 or 7 rooms mul snm<» o-arfletl 4 I ■ ' T ♦ S 



About 6 or 7 rooms and some garden 
IN OAK BAY DISTRICT 
Our client can maivc a small ca.sh payment and balance 
monthl}-. 

If yoti can fill this order, kn us ha\'c particulars 

J. E. Smart & Go. 



^ 7-Koom Won Built Honge, with 
J bathroom and pantry, good 
▼ plumbing, olectrlc light, near 
car and school, 15 minutes from 
City Hall, on largo lot; reason- 
able terms. 



I 1107 Langley Street 



w. McGregor l 



647 Johniou Street. 



Best part of Upper Fort St.. wlU 
accept smair deposit, balance 
same as rent; also several good 
residential, and. business sitea 
and Iricbme 'property. 



APPX.Y OWNEB 
1019 Douglas St., Boom 1. 
Fhona 639. 



12 acres, mostly all cleared 
and in crop. Good 7-roomcd 
Mouse, barn for 5 horses, 
cow shod, 2 chicken houses, 
pig-eon run, wired, 2 good 
wells, all fenced. 25 fruit 
trees. 

Fine View of Elk Lake 

Price $4000 

Terms. 



GET TIRE 

Tired of Rent Paying, and Buy a Home on Easy Payment 
r Plan ^' • - ■ 




INSTALMENT PLAN 
No. 1 114 — 6-Room Honse, 
close in, good order: $500 
cash and $25 a month. 

$2,600 



INSTALMENT PLAN 
No. 1093 — New, modern 5- 
room Cottage, Fairfield Es- 
tate: $500 cash and $25 a 
month. 

$3,200 



INSTALMENT PLAN 

No. 1094 — New, ' modern 5- 
room Cottage near car ; $400 
cash, and $25 a month. , 

$2,S0O " 



INSTALMENT PLAN 

^'o. 975— 6-Room Cottage,^ 
modern, almost newy/easy'* 
walking distance: $500. 
cash and easy terms. - 

$3,250 



THE GRIFFITH CO. 

REALTY AND TIMBER 
Room II, Mahon Block. 
Insurance — Fire, Life and Accident. 



eaoiiiari 



1212 Broad St. Lato 'Stewart, 
RobertKon Co. 



THE OLDEST SCOTTISH FIRE OFFICE 



t 



Fort George 

Tlic> cniiiinK mntrdixill.'^ nf tl>o last great west. Iliinclrod.s of .settlors 
and nonic.soukor.-3 are ru.'jhlnt; to 1'" jrt tieorgo and Us vicinity. All trans- 
portation to Fort George Is crowded to its limit. Tho consestlon of 
freight at Soda Oreok Is so great that the transportation coinimiiles will 
not ho able to handle any new slilpments to Fort George until about tin; 
end of AuKURt. l)n vo" know tliat In one diiv TH wagonloads of freight 
1,'ft Ashcrnft for I''()rt Cchvk'- uiiil the rii.sh is increasing. Before an- 
■ollun- year is up tlioro v.-ill b;^ a p uniliillon at J'''irt Oeorge of 2.000 peo- 
ple and ."..("10 licfiire ibp riiilwa.v s if^ tlieri'.Mn \'.<\2. 

Our .sulMlivl.-iion is v.ithin halt' n mile of tiio sipainlioiit lundinK. 
where all fi'olf;ht and |ia.ssciif;i'i-.s arc' lamlfil. Our hits are /ill ."lOxl^fi 
feet each, and our price Is only 9150 each. Terms ',i cash, balance In C, 
13 and 18 months at 7 per cent. 



WILLIAM MONTEITH 

REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE 
Chancery Chambers 1218 Langley Street 



Herbert Culhbert & Co. 

Beni Estate and Oenerol Auc- 
tioneer, 

20 Vears IC.xperlenoe. Kcal i:;Btate 
.Subdivisions. 
Townaltes a Specialty. 
835 Fort Street.. 



OAK BAY 

Extra Choice Building- Site 

I'-lne view. Kood soil, naU trees. One 
block fnini i-ai-; t Llii.-v 1 lid. Price $2,000. 

Herbert S. Lott 

Phone lilSSi Board of Trade Building 



Choice Lots 
for Home 
Sites 

We have a limited number of 
clioica lots on Washington ave., 
close to the Gorge road. These 
lots are ideally situated, they 
are high, overlooking the city, 
easy of access to the Gnrpre 
water. If you are fond of boat- 
ing, the water Is at the foot of 
tho avenue, there are aevemi 
boat houses there no\j^. Lots are 

$700 Each 

with building restriction. Terms 
to suit you. ■ ' ' 



11-.ACP„E PAR.M, on line of V. ^^ S. to Sidney— 10 miles from city; all 
cleared; good.' modern H-room bungalow, crop, ot>.-,f4000. 

HOI^LYWOOD PARK ADDITIOX— Mngnlficbnt level lots, nil cleared, with 
fine view and on the car line. Only $550 each.- Terms, J50 cash, balance at 
115 per month. 

VICTORIA WEST—Flne lot,' McPherson Avenue, $1000. Easy terms 
BELTON AVBXU'E— KIcc new well finished, 5-room I'oiu.g.-," $3200, 

WII/DWOOD AVENUE— One lot, all cleared ready to build on, $000, Terms 
$30 cash and the balance at $15 pernionth. , 

XBW AND GOVPifBTE — A modern 8-room Residence and 1-3 of an acre 
of land', situated in one of the toest localities In the city. The finishing in 
this house is very fine and -will appeal 'lo a particular woman., We will 
sell this hnuEO for $4900, on very easy terms; $SOfO cash and tho balance by, 
tho month. 

VVATBRirRONTAOE-rOn Portage Inlet, all cleared, with a plcuinnt slope to 
the sea. 4n .'''eal sjjot tor. i,h>i' home; fronting ;0n Burnside Koad. liCt us 



\ A. W. JONES, Limited 



General Agents 



6b8 Fort Street 




show - you^'itWi,.. 



160 Acres, Bo acres under crop, 
«.^0 acres alnio.it cleared, good 
house, barn and ouibulldlnKF. 2 
liorsL-.s, 30 liead cattle, farm 
machinery, gi2,500j cash $4500, 
easy, terms. 
160 . AciBS, , 25 acres under crop, 
10 acres slashed and burned, 
hoiis'.-, barn, oiitbulldlngs, 20 
head Ciiltle, H liurtes. 58-500; 
cuKli 53000, ea.sy terms. 
80 Acres, 30 acre.s nwamp, easily 
cleared, o9iiOp9i ca.sh $800; very 
■ easy '•terms.'JiV'- 



Victoria West— One lot 40x135, 

waterfrontage, facing on West 
Bay, beautlfiil view. Price 
$1,300. 1-3 cash, balance easy. 
James Bay— 6-roomed modern 
liouse, . stone foundation, beau- 
tiful view of straits; lot 40x 
120; nice lawn. Price for quick 
sale $3,100, 1-3 cash, balance 
easy. 

A 7-roomed house, tullyinjodem, 
bath and pantryiplarge^stable, 
with large lot, bealutiful'brna- 
mental trees, -within 10 min- 
utes' walk of city hail. Price 
$4,200, with good terms. 



W. N. Mitchell McPherisbil & Fullcrtoii Ems, 



Real 
575 Yatei st. 



Estate 

Victoria, B.C. 



618 TROUNCE AVENUE 



PHONE me 



PAKKBVII.M3, P. O. 
VAUrOOUVZB XBItAVD, B. 



The Capital City 
Realty Co. , 

618 YATES STREET 



14 





Leavlnar Victoria at „^;"liV^^?i^nr"A 
, 'ateamcrs QUEEN OR CITY OP PUBBLA. . 
THROUGH SERVICB 
r.eavo Seattle 10 n. m.. sleamor.^ OOV- 

Fur Souihcastiun Alimliu. COTTAOE CITY 
or CITY OF SEATTI^B Iciivta Seottlo 9 P. 
, m.. Junu 20, 26, July 3, 8, 1-1, 20, 20. 
•* f TICKET AN'D FREIGHT OFFICE— 1117 

'.Wharf stroet, Phonu 1. 
■ R. P. KITIIET & CO., Ltd.. AgcntB. 

C. D.. BUNAN'N, Gen., PaBsnnser Agent. 
. ',■- i ^v■•.^ll2 Ma.r^kat St., San PrancUco 
For fiiriher Information obtain folder. 




Leaves Victoria 9 a. m. dally, ex- 
■cept Sunday, for Port Townaend and 
Seattle. 

Returning ' 
:i Leaves' Seattle . Mldnlgfbt. 
• Tickets Iriterchangeablo with C. P. 
.'r. steamers. ; \ 

JAMES MbARTHUR, Aa*. 
.Phone iiOi 824 Wharf St. 



II I I II'""" iml l lU 



Koyul Ulnil Slcnnixljlps 
IIIE 8. LAWICENCE ItULIt 

Montreal to Liverpool 

Victorian 3unc JulV 

Coralcan \ ii,"f„ -? 

Tunisian July 15 and Aub. i- 

Ratesr saloon. J7T.60 W^^^'i 
necond cabin, »47.DI) ipwards: tnira 
class, t28.7S upwards. 

Montreal to Glasgow 

Note — Ono ulass cabin ^tonmnrs. 
•■Ionian" and "Pretorlan; rati-a 515 
tipwiini.s; Ulird cMias. S2S.75. ^ 

rl'nl'u. .I""" M .luly 30 

(ininiplim ^' 

ITrtorlan July 16 "'"l ^^"f " 

I'.atts: Grampian and Hesperian, 
oahum, 507.50 upwards; socono-ciass 
calilii, {17.50 upwards; third class. 

526.75. 

Montreal to Havre and London 

()H0 ilaHH cabin steamers 

Cnrlnthlnn July 3. Aupr. 13 

Lake Erio July 16. Aus 2. 

Sicilian .Jnly-30 and Sept. 10 

I.,«ndon $4 2.60 and up; 3rd class 

Havre, J45.O0, and upj 3rd class 
$36.00 . 

Fo;- reservation of berths or fur- 
ther partlculors apply trt 

1103 Gorernment St. Victoria B.C. 




TIiroiiKli tickets and tlirouBh bills of 
lacHnK nro now iKsued from Fuget 
Sound and British Columbia ports to 
Atlln, B. C, Dawson. Y, T. antl Falr- 
bank.s, Alaska. Connpctlons ninclo at 
Skagway with our dally trains, at 
White Horse and Caribou with our 
river and lake .steamers and at Dawson 
with steiimors for points on the Lower 
Yukon rivor. 

Fur furtlior information apply, 
TBArnC DUFARTMSNT W, F. & B. 
.405 ,Wlnel». Building-, Vancotliver, B. C. 



ATLANTIC 




. SAHilNOS XO BTTBOFS 
Between 
}IC6XTTBE&& AND ZirrSBFOOi; 

~:Lake Blanltoba. .Tliurs. June 23, July 21 
^Empress of Britain. . Fri. July 1 and 29 
Lako Champlairi . . Thurs., July 7, Aug. 4 
Smpress of Itelaud. l-'rl. July 15, Aug. 12 

SATES. 

First Class — $'jn.Oi) and up. 

Second Class — S17.50 and up. 

Third Class — $2S.75 and ?30.00. 

ITote — The Fmpio.s.sc.s sail from Que- 
bec upon ilie arrival of tlio "Enipross 
Special" wliich I'^ave.-j -Montreal at It: IT, 
u. m. on tlio day of .-^ailing. All other 
.steamor.'i sail from ^Montreal at day- 
light. 

' For further Information and ticket:!, 
write to or call on 

li. D. OBETHAM, 

1102 Gnvernniont .St. City Pass. Agt 



^ Ketchikan to Stewart 
.' The Seattle Times says Capt. 'Wal- 
lace Langley Intend.s to place the 
.steamer .\11-:1 on tlie route between 
Ketchikan nml .SI i-w.-irl, to take ad- 
\-anla,gc ol tlir i;a\cl irom Alaska to 
the I'ortlaiid Cuuil iiiiping camp. 




Solid v;ide Vestibule 
Trains of Coaches 

AND 

SLEEPING CARS 

BETWEEN 



HMilLTOfS, TOROHTO. 

Ana tlio Trlnclpiil Iluslnoas tienturl ot 

Ontario, Quebec and the 
Marit|ma Provinces. 

LonEest . bbubte-tracle Route, under one 
nianagement on the American Oontlnom 
For TInM Tables, etc., sddress 
-W. 8. OOOK80N, 
Aaslttant OenT t'oaiionger Agent, 
SB Adams St.. CHICXQO, ILL. 



union iS. Company 

:,iOf.B...CM:;Ltd./ . 

Direct, Service' Between' Vancouver and 



The favorlto passenger steamer 

"Gamosun" 

I^oaves 'Vancouver every Wednos. 3 p.m. 
Ar. Prince Rupert every Frl. sftornoon 
Arrives .Stewart every !>'i>tiir. afternoon 
Leave.s .Stewart every Saturday G p.m. 
Leaves l-'rlnce liupcrt every Kun. U a.m. 
Ari'ive.s Vancouver every Tuesday 9 a.m. 

Tickets from ■Victoria at 1105 Wharf 
street. ...Telephone 1164. 



Monkey Brand BdSp ciwina "^ccnon uce«». 
»)1b, steel, iron imd tinwac,. kuivoa ani 
txkBj, ftud all kit^ot CutlWifl ^^1 




On the Waterfront 



Steamer Suveric Which Resumed 

Transpacific Service on Saturday 






lany Firms of Ship Repairers 
Have Representatives in 
Victoria to Bid for Woli on 
the Damaged Yucatan 



REPAI'RS 'REQUIRED " 

VERY EXTENSIVE 



Specifications Were Distributed 
Yesterday.— Call for 170 
Plates Being Renewed in the 
Wrecl<ed Alaslcan Liner 



Tenders will fie opened .on -Thurs- 
day for the repairing of the steamer 
Yucatan, now In the dry dock at Es- 
quimult, and bids are expected to be 
made by about a dozen ship repair- 
ing lirras of Victoria, Vancouver. Se- 
attle and San Francisco, many of 
whose representatives are on the 
g^round examining the badly damaged 
Alasska liner. No less than 170 
plates will have to be taken out, the 
majority renewed, and the remainder 
faired, and with the floors, frames, 
bcvtms, etc., and Interior work neces- 
sary to be reconstructed the contract 
will be one of the largest that has 
Ijcen let on the North FaclHc coast. 
Three San Francisco Arms, the Union 
Iron Wrfrks, Moore Iron Works, and 
another repair shop works at the 
Golden Gate have sent special repre- 
sentatives to Victoria, the HefCernan 
v.orks. Commercial Boiler -works, and 
Jliirans of Seattle .are represented, 
WcDougall-Jenkins Engineers, Ltd., 
of Vttiioduver. and the British Colum- 
bia/Marine Hallway company Victoria 
Machinery Depot and other local 
firms are preparing tenders. The 
speclflcations for the work, a book of 
typewriting nearly an Inch thick were 
placed iu the hands of the ship re- 
pairing companies yesterday nnd 
Thursday was set for the time when 
all tenders are to be in. 

The local firms have the advantage 
of not having to move the cUunaged 
steamer, which ia on the blocks in 
the lisiiulinalt dry doclt. In the event 
of the San Francisco llrms being the 
successful tenilorer.s they would Imvo 
to make temporary repairs hero sufll- 
cienl to allow of the vessel being 
taken to Saii Francisco, and so would 
the other bidders from other porta. 

Refer to Lloyds. 

\\'lien the tenders for the work are 
all in they will be referred to Lloyds 
and a h'.w days will jiobably elapse 
before any decision ia reached with 
regard to tlii^ repairs. If the flgiu'cs 
snlimittcd are considered too high It 
is 1).\- no meanH lmi)robable that the 
nnd ;-rwrl tern niuy not curry out the 
work, iKiylnK for a total loss and sell- 
ing the wreck as she lies. It is 
more likely thouKli Unit they will 
award ;i contract. 

'i'he case fd' llic Yiu',at.an Is an in- 
volved one, for tlie owner.s. It is un- 
derstood, .are not only cliiiminE; on 
acc(umt of the dr.nu\i;c su.stainod as 
a i(!:Milt. of the ;iccl(lenl in ley straits 
but also on account of damage 
anioi;ntin.y to approximately $20,000 
sustained about a year before when 
the steamer was crushed in ice lloes 
when bound to (^ape Nome. A sur- 
ve.v was held at that time and it was 
found that altliough a nuinljer of 
plates well .above the water lino had 
been cruslied in by the ic;e the d;un- 
uge did not Intcrforo with the sca- 
wortliincsH of the vessel and the re- 
liulr of this damage was deferred. It 
bad not iK'on restored when the acci- 
dent took place ill h„-y straits, ■which 
resulted in the steamer being put 
ashore and badly damaged, 

Tliat the work needed will prove 
e.vtcnsive is evident from the fact 
that amonjjst the work provided for 
in the specillcatlons la the renewal of 
170 plates. With the other work, re- 
quired It Is estimated that the re- 



SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE : 



-*- By Government Wireless 

■*■ 

■*■ 8 a.m. 

-♦• Point Grey— Cloudy; wind S. 
-♦• E. ; bar., 20.85; temp., uS. Sjjoke 
>- Quadra at 8.15 p.m., at Lndy- 
smith; spoke Princess Royal off 
-♦- here at 8 a.m., duo Vancouver 
-♦■ at 9 a.m. 

-♦■ Cape Lnzo — Rain; calm; bar,, 
-♦• 29. S5; temp., 62; sea smooth. 
■♦• Tatoosh— Cloudy ; wind N.E., 
-♦- 15 miles; bar., 29.87; temp. 48; 
-♦• sea smooth. Out, steamer Thorn, 
-♦- at 6.35 p.m.; steam schooner 
-♦- Olympic, nt 6.30 p.m.; in, steam- 
♦ er Charles Nelson, at S.15 p.m.; 
-♦■ barge Wa.shlngton. towing, at 
8.45 p.m.; 2-masted steamer, 
lumber laden, at 4 a.m. 

Estevan — Cloudy; calm; temp,, 
51; light swell. 

Pachena — Overcast; wind S.E. 
wind; bar., 29.84; temp.,- 52i 
-♦■ heavy swell. 

Ikeda — Overcnst; wind N,W.; 
■♦• sea moderate, 

-♦- Pf.-iiioe (RjUpert — 'Drizzling ;i 
-♦- .calm; bar,, 29.55; temp,, 01; sea 
-♦- smooth. 

-♦- Triangle — Dense fog; rain; 
>■ wind S.W. ; bar., 29.22 ; light 
^ swell. Spoke Princess May at 
-♦• 7.20 p.m., off Grain Island, 
-♦■ northbound; spoke Shade Maru 
-*- at 10.15 p.m., latitude 49.60. 

longitude 132, westbound. 
-♦• Noon 
■♦• Point Grey— Passing showers; 
■*■ wind S.W.; bar., 29.23; temp,, 

C3. In, Princess Royal, 8.20 
•♦- a.m. Spoke freighter British 
■*■ Columbia, 10.20 a.m.; steaiher 
-♦■ Queen, 8.45 a.m. 
-♦- Cape Lazo— Cloudy : calm: 
-♦- bar., 29.1)0; temp., 65; Sea 
-♦■ sea smooth. 

-♦■ Tatoosh— Cloudy; wlnd S., 16 
-♦• mlle.^; bar.. 29.80; temp.; 52; 
-♦• sea moderate. 

-♦• Estevan — 'Drizzling; wind S. 
-♦• E.; temp., 59; slight swell. 
-»■ Ikeda— Rain; wind N.W.; high 
•♦■ sea. 

-♦• Prince Rupert — Drizzling; 
■♦• calm; bar., 29.02; temp., 52; sea 
■♦■ smooth. 

■* Tatoosh— Donso foe;, raining; 
-♦• wind S.W.; sea moderate; ba'r., 
•♦■ 29.25; temp., 40. 
•♦• Pachena — Passing showers; 
■♦• wind W.; bar., 29.87; temp., 57; 
-♦• llgrht swell. 



FIRST VOYAGE 



Welcomed With Band at Prince 
Rupert and Public Ball Was 
Held in Honor of The Visit 
to That Port ' 



GREAT GROWTH OF 

THE NORTHERN PORT 



pairs- will cost much In excess of 
5100,000. 

€HI'NESE¥UTilMIED— 

FOUR WERE DROWNED 



Tragedy Follows Dash for Liberty 
From Steamor Highland Monarch 
an Arrivol at Philadelphia 



PHILADELPHIA, Juno 20,— A mu- 
tiny on board the British steamship 
Highland Monarch, outward bound for 
Auclcland, N. Z,., followed by a dash 
for liberty by a do^seii Chinese, mem- 
bers of the crow, resulted in the 
drowning- today ot four and a narrow 
escajjo of three others. The men res- 
cued are In a police station. While the 
remainder of the mutineers are in 
irons aboard the .S'hii). 

As the ship is to sail today ono of 
the Mongolians asked for iiormisslon 
to spend a few liours on shore. ]3elng 
rofu.sed the Chinaman drew a knife 
and cliM.Hed the llr.st mate about the 
shii5. T'lie miin was trlpi)0d by a white 
member of the crew .und In falling cut 
himself. 

Sliortly after 7 o'clock this morning 
the Highland JIon:'.rch got under way 
with the Clilnese in the stokehold Ilr- 
InpT the boilers. As the stcamshli) was 
passing through the Delaware at Pen- 
rose bridge a dozen Chinese appeared 
above the dock and several of t'hem 
lc:ipod overboard. In the .struggle for 
liberty the men had to light the strong 
tide and four of them sank bctoro 
reaching shallow water. The other 
three just managed to renoh shore. 



Princess Royal In 
The steamer Princess lloyal, which 
reached port last night from Skagway 
and northern B.C. . iiorts, made a fast 
run from the north. From Port Es- 
.slngton to Vancouver the run occu- 
pied 35 hours. The steamer readied 
Vancouver yesterday morning and camo 
hero by way ..of Ladyamlth, where aii^ 
coaled for her "next trip north- 



Passengers Delighted With the 
Scenic Beauty of Portland 
Canal— G.T.P. Liner L.^ft 
Yesterday Again, 



Ing. 

Along the water front the Grand 
Trunk Pacific wharf is one of the most 
striking Improvements. The company's 
docks cover over 2,000 feet, and include 
freight sheds and ticket ofifices. On 
them are stored large stocks of stool 
rails antl material for the first hun- 
dred miles of the transcontinental 
railway. The B.C. government is also 
building a dock which will bo for pub- 
lic use. 

The Portland Cannl was a roveUit- 
tion of scenic beauty .which surprised 
the passengers. That this beautiful 
body of land-locked water will be a 
magnet to draw thousands of tourists 
every year w-as the prediction oif 
everybody aboard. Above the quiet, 
waters the snow capped ' mountains 
towered to thousands of feet. Their 
rugged sides desccndins' almost per- 
pendicularly to the waters edge, and 
the depth Is so great that the steam - 
uhlp passed \ylthin a biscuit toss of 
the shores. Two great glaciers are 
passed on this 'run, the great ice fields 
affording a wonderful sight In their 
setting of rugged mountains. 



iviany Visitors Welcomed on 
Board Last Night by Officials 
of the Boscowitz Steamship 
Company 



The 'steamer-Trlhce Rupert, of the 
G.T.P., completed" hibr first trip north 
on Sunday, and yesterday morning, at 
11 '.d'cl.ock, she left again for Vancou- 
ver, Prince Rupert and Stewart. She 
had abottt 70 passengers and a good 
cargo of general freight, qn board when 
she left here, and more freight awaited 
Tier at "Vancouver, Which port the 
steamer left last night for Prince Ru- 
pert, There wfcre 60. from Seattle, and 
■the following embarked here:— JTor 
Prince Rupert: J. W.. Wiseman, J. R. 
Newlands, Geo. Creamer, W. P. D. 
Pemberton, A. Stewart( B., Wilson, and 
C. S. Thbrburn. 'For Stewart: w. 
Baynton. J. w. Bryanti j. H. Reid, W. 
J. Weare, and W. A. Macauley. 

There was a great day on Wednes- 
day last at Prince Rupert, when the 
new steamer made her llrst call at the 
port a'fter which she is named. The 
day was a public holiday, and a band 
was on the wharf to play as the vessel 
made ' fast, while Mayor Stork and an 
inliuential deputation were on hand 
^vith addresses of welcome. About 
1,500 were on the wharf. A public 
ball was given in the evening in honor 
of the occasion. 

Caj)!. C. H. Nicholson, manager of 
the G.T.P. steamship service, W. p. 
llinton, general passenger acfont, R. 
Beaumont, assistant manager, G. A. 
MoNichoU, iinirchaslng agent, and L. 
V. Druee, general freight agent, were 
among a number of -orficlals who made 
the first trip on the now steamer. 
There were also a number of Victor- 
ians who made the voyage. D. C. 
Reld, of the Island Investment Co., 
returned from a land-looking trip in- 
t(j the Bulkeloy Valley by the new 
steamer, after making, a trip of 300 
miles on horseback, and was greatly 
Imi'reased with the poaslbllitles of the 
northern valleys. 

According to the arrivals by the new 
G.T.P. liner, Prince Rupert, the ter- 
minus of the Grand Trunk Paeinc, is 
now a city of between 4,000 and 5,000 
population. Although the townslte was 
laid out less than two years ago, it 1." 
already cleared and Improved, and the 
class uf buildings going up shows the 
new town to be a city "with promise of 
iL brilliant future. ' ' 

Prince Rupert recently secured the 
serviees of a city engineer, and al- 
ready plans for permanent grading and 
improvement of all i)rinelp;a streets 
are conuileted and work about to be- 
gin. A temporary light nnd water 
plant supply the city at present. An 
580,000 city electric light plant, oper- 
ated by water i)ower, secured about 
eight miles from the city, is being 
built. The B.C. government is build- 
ing the town's water system at a cost 
of $250,000, and as soon ns this is com- 
I)leted, it will bo sold to the city. An 
independent telephone company will 
supply telephone service In a short 
time. 

The substantial character of the 
buildings aroused the admiration ot the 
visitors. Merchants are currying fine 
stocks ot goods and prices are reason- 
able. The five important bunks in the 
new'clty are the Canadian blank o'f 
Comniorce, Bank of Jlontroal, Bank of 
British Wfprth America, Royal Bank of 
Canada,^;;ahd Union Bank of Canada. 
These banks own their own buildings 
and property, and one of them Is about 
to erect a BUlsstantlal concrete build- ' 



The now steaincr Venture of the 
Boseowitz Steamship company, Capt. 
Gouldlng, began servlcu last night 
when she started for ' Kaa^„ Stew.art,; 
Prince Rupert aftd' the. Many a>drts.,.of 
call In the' Itinerary of' the company's 
steamers, with a- good complement ot 
passengers and much cargo. Last 
night a reception was held on hoard 
the new steamor on which carpet-lay- 
ers, furnishers and others were busy 
during the day completing the furn- 
ishing of the vessel. Manager John 
Barnsiey. and other off iclals • of the 
company received the visitors on 
board. 

The now steamer, named after the 
Venture which was lost by fire on the 
Skeona, is about the . same length as 
the Vadso with four feet nloro ;beam. 
Pas.senger accommodation is provided 
for BC saloon passengers and many 
steerage. The dining saloon will seat 
50 and every modern convenience Is 
I)rovIdod. The vessel has been con- 
structed with bulkheads and double 
bottom. 

■ Her engines with twin screws will 
give an average speed of twelve knots 
The first clasq accommodation is con- 
tained in a deckhouse on the awning 
deck and has 28 staterooms, each 
with double lower arid single upper 
berth, folding lavatories and- uphols-, 
tered settees. 

The after end of the saloon contains 
the ladles' sitting room and has largo 
lookout .-windows at the stern, the 
forwaru end of the saloon is a general 
lounge, and also has observation win- 
dows. .The dining saloon is on the 
main deck, right aft,, and has seating 
accommodation for 50- people. 

The smoking room-'and bar are right 
aft on the boat deck and are reached 
by a companion way from the main 
saloon. On this deck also are the 
captain's, and officers; rooms- and 
above these the chart" and ^whiselhouse 
arid flying bridge. 

The between decks are fitted with 
150 Ijerths for steerjige passengers 
wliich arc portable, so that this space 
can who necessity, be used for cargo. 

Below the main deck are the cargo 
holds, which are two in number, the 
main forward liold having a largo 
cajjaclty. An uniciuo feature of the 
after hold is that the double bottom 
tank tops are level with the tips of 
the tunnels, which are below for this 
purpose, and by this moans give an 
unbroken space for carriage, of cargo. 
The ship la provided throughout with 
double bottom and wa;tcrtight bulk- 
heads and Is of modern construction 
in every particnilar. She is fitted 
with the latest type of quick cargo 
hoists and lias a special derrick for 
handling lifts up to fifteen tons. 



WEiVDUR ON WAY.. ' " 

FR'OiV I-SA'NT A RQSAilA 

British Bark Bound to Royal Roads to 
Load Lumber — Lottie Bennett 
Will Load at Hastings. 



The ]3rltish bark Wcndur is on her 
way from Santa Rosalia to Royal 
Roads to load lumber at Hastings 
mills. I'he Wcndur, coninumded by 
Capt. Thomas, Is a vesacl ot IS'Jij tons 
and was ordered here for orders. 
IMeanwlille a charter was effected for 
the vessel, which Is 30 days out from 
the ^Mexican port, IJer destlnatioii 
is not disclosed. 

The Wendur belong.s to the fleet of 
A. Iilackay it Co., of Glasgow. The 
British baric St.. Jlirron of the same 
fieet is now at Santa Rosalia, and the 
Bltish bark Iverna, also of the same 
licet bus just reached the Columbia 
river from .Santa Rosalia to load a 
cargo of lumboi-. Tlio British bark 
Pinmoro, at Newcastle, Is another 
vessel belonging to the Mackay lleet, 
well known here. 

The schooner Lnttle Bennett will 
also lead at Hastings mills. She is 
li.xed for July loading. 

The British liurk Bunknelds is ex- 
pected to llnlsh her cnrgo of lumber 
this week at Sidney for Now Zea- 
land. 

Till! Chilean bark Curzon Is expect- 
ed to leave Chemalnus about the end 
ot the month Willi a cargo of lumber 
for the west coa.st. She Is loading 
owners' account. 



SEAIVi'AN OF JAPANESE 

t LI'NER '^tflffOWNED 

Tliroo of Crow of the Chicago Maru 
Tried to Escape in Seattle Har- 
bor — One Lost Life. 

Early on Sunday morning three .Taji- 
nnose seamen of the steamer Chicago 
Miiru, of the Osaku Slioson Kalsha line, 
tried to make their way ashore by 
swimming, and one, T. Ganata, was 
drowned. 

Attrac:ted by the drowuilig man's 
cries, the custoni.s oflicers iiatrolling 
the dock reached the scene In time to 
catch K. Munjiro, but A Suniato, the 
third man, with scarcely enoug'n 
clothes on his back to make a respect- 
able bathing suit, calnod a sate landing 
and scanipored awi\v In the darkness. 

Hunjiro was turned over to the ship's 
oflicers. Ganata'a body has not been 
recovered. 




Always a desirable Residential ^district, but particularly at- 
tractive at this season of the year, i 

TjiercMS no.'stction of Victoria destined to become so popu- 
lar as this, A^hy? ..^^'ir 

It is convenient to car line — just across the road from' the 
new City Park — close to the Tramway Park, and the only 
safe boating and bathing waters in or near the city. Free froni 
the raw winds and fogs of the Straits. Much of the property 
overlooks the city and mountains, and affords an unbroken 
view of the surrounding country for, miles in every, direction. 

Can any location offer as niany advantages? 

Lots just off Gorge Road $450 to $525 

Lots on (TilUcum Road . .,. ...... . . ; , , . .$300 to $425 

Lots oii Bumside Road iv. .'l. .v....v. . . .'. . . .$350 to $425 

Lots on Harriet Road $550 to $600 

These lots range from I20 feet to 185 feet in depth. 

Terms $100 down and' the balance over-bj<^'yearS>iff any ■Way to 

suit you. ' 



Tracksell Anderson & 
Company 

i2io.Broad Street. , ^ Phone 1722 




TO EASTERN DESTINATIONS 

Good for Three Months Return 
VIA CAZrADZAir PAOITIO BAZJ^WAY— OIT SAXE JVImS B, 1910. 

Brandon, Portage ia Prairie, , Winnipeg, Ft. 'William, St Paul, Mln- . , v.,'. 
. neapolls' or. Duluth, and Retucn.L.c. . ...... ... ... v. ... < <.'.?9e0.00 

Council Bluffs or Omaha and Return ..;".'> ...'i".,-.;';.'".; 63.90' 
Kun.sas City, St. Joseph and lie turn ....{.........>.....,.,..,>..... 65.70 

St. Louis and Return i..'..' .'.",'.\';,y. . . . 67. CO 

C'ldcago and Return i 7Q,.'jO 

Suult Ste Marie and Return... , , 80.00 

lOetrolt and Return 82.50 

Chatham, Ont., arid Return '' 86 30 

Toronto, NlE-^fara Falls, Buffalo, Gait,' GuVlph," Braiitford,' Hani U 

ton,,^ Qoderlch, PlttSburg . an^ Return 91.50 

Otta!wa and Return . Yi i,D3,oo 

Montreal and Return '.'....'... los.oo 

Nffif Tork,.:;PWladelphla and Retu 108.50 

Boston ind.. Return I . . lio.oo 

Halifax and Return 137,30 

North Sydney and Hoturn 130.05 

AITS OTHEB POXITCB OK AFFJjXOATZOXr. 
Tloketi also on sale July 33. • 
, Secure your sleeping accommodation early. Tor routing and further 
information write or call on 

Im. 1>, OHETHAIU, 

1102 Government Street ■ City Passenger Agent 



Grand Trunk Pacific 

PRINCE RUPERT'^ 

, ■ .. •-":;;;'•/ FOR /'/ -vv „' r^-f' 

Prince Rupert and 

; Stewart,,^ 

VIA VANCOUVER 
Every Monday at 10 a;mi ; - 

Connecting at Prince Rupert with Queen Charlotte Island 

Service 



For Seattle 

Every Saturday; at Midnight 

, . Returning', ^leaves, Seattle 

* ' ' ''suNDAYs;ii;4s p; M. ■ 



Vi(ftpria to Seattle 



$2.25 



Temporary Ticket and Freight Offices : 

Dock, Wharf Street, Rear of Postofflce 

HAROLD J. BROWN, 



W. E. DUPEROW, 

Passenger Agent. 

Telephone 2431 



Freight Agent. 



The New Twin Screw Steamer 
"VENTURE" 

Classed lOO At at Lloyds 

..... Sail Mondlay, June 20th, 11 

Calling at Campbell River, Alert Bay, Rivers Inlet, Bella 
Coola, Skecna River, Prince Rupert, Naas and vStcvi'art 

JOHN BARNSLEY, Agent, 534 Yates Street Phone 925 




Tuesday, June 21, 1910. 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



15 



New.^..Jimingr.,farnishin^s 





Wolsey Underwear, per garment $2.00 

Pure wool throughout, and guaranteed un- 
shrinkable. 

"Remains long after the price is forgotten." 

W. G. R. Negligee Shirts. .$1.25. $1.50 $1.75 

Positively will not fa-de, or we will replace them 
Made in quiet shades of mauve, blue, green, 
black and white stripes and plain white. 

Call today and make your selection. 

YOU'LL LIKE OUR CLOTHES— Rcqd. 




HATTERS AND CLOTHIERS, 811-813 Government St. Opposite P.O. 



Part Ownership in the Water- 
; front Goes With Every 

:4^dditioii of 







The sale, which commenced yesterday morning, shows gratifying returns 

for the first day's business. The first lot sold was the extreme southeast cor- 
ner at $1,000. The second was the extreme northwest corner at $300. The 
third man got as close to the southwest corner as he could, while others made 
widely scattered selections between. There is. something in this fine subdivis- 
ion for everybody, from a three-quarter acre lot on the Gorge road at $2,600 to 
a big" level lot farther hack for $250. lihe sale will continue both at our down- 
town offices and at the office on the property just across the Gorge bridge. 

REMEMBER THE TERMS: }i CASH NOTHING MORE FOR TWELVE 
MONTHS, INTEREST AT 6%. 




FINANCIAL"- COMMERCIAL 



THE BULL FACIO 



Wheat Values Show Wide 
Gains Following Reports of 
the Continued Unfavorable 
Weather Con.d'itions 



CHICAGO, .luiir; L'O.— TIiIk wnK !i most 
rt'Diiirltiiblu day for tho wlicat trade. All 
lieai'iyh culciilutlous v.'cnt wronij. Com- 
inla.slon lioiisOH found a large volume 
of buying- ordera to oxeouto at the opeii- 
iiib'- The weather miip showed clear 
with probability of return of lieat for 
the Kprlntr crop. Tho (ieHi)atciu's shou-- 
ed that tlie .■jhoucr.i over Sunday were 
local and not ovienwlvi. onou.rcli to kIvc 
nuich relief to the throe big .state.s. 
Other despatches told of an extremely 
hot day all over fc'outli Dakota. l''or 
the first hour prices were to '.i\'t 

cents hiKhor in tlio Northwestern nuir- 
Uet and the truilo up there more close- 
ly In touch with the situallon than 
(,'hIcaKo thoroughly aroused on tlie buy- 
iMb' side of wheal. Coupled with this 
North wosL news, was the fact that the 
.South wesi Is not selling how crop 
wlieat as in other years. . 

^VIleat— 

Open. HiKli. Low. Close. 

.hlly ii.'l'.i; !ir,:ii IKinj 

Sept 31% !l4yj 81 »i !ll',<. 

Dec 33% 9614 82% 95'/:! 

May 96 96% 96 97% 

Corn— 

.Tuly .18 ',4 D9 9; .tSU nnU 

Sept 09 G0% 59 fiO Vi 

Ileo 57'. 5 8 VI 57 58 '/i 

•May f)9:% 00 Vi 59 G0^& 

Oats — 

July 37% 38% 37'/6 SS% 

Sept I 30% 'ST^ 36>4 37'>;, 

Doc '. ;.; 37: ' 3'3,%, 37 38% 

Pork— ' 

July 23.S0 23.S0 33.62 23.65 

Sept 22.75 . 2,2.95 22.70 22.90 

Lard — 

July 12.25 12.57 12.60 12.57 

Sept. rSifi'p 12.65 12,56 12.50 

Short Rlljs— , 

July 13.2Q 13.22 13.1B^ 13.i-7 

Sept .12.70. 42.72 12.62. 12.70 

Metal Market!. 

London copper spots 55, off 1-3, sales 
7(in ions; (ixtures 55 13-9, off 1-3, sales 
81)0 tons, cnosols, SI 15-10. London sli- 
ver i;i Jl-Kl, .\cw York sl)y.er.51 5-8. 
Me.xlcan dollars, -ric -^'J 

Standard copper 1:;®1254. 

Tin, ?32.fiO(ti .:)i!,.so;' 

Lead, $4.40lSi-t.G0.' 

Taaeonver Salfs. 
500 Int. Coal an4iPok'S at 68a 
500 Portland'-'Ca'siT at. 37%o. 
, 200 Nugget Gold/ 85c. 
2000 Idora at 3%c. 
5000 Lucky Calumet, at 50. 
iOOO Wonder at l%c. 

msw Tosx sVdoK sulbket. 

NEW TORK. June 20.— The stock 
market appears to, bo gaining^, strejiKth 
each day. The .fofelirig is'''gen6ral tlint 
an early adJustme'T^t of 'the' rate ques- 
tion Is near and that, harnrlony' Is said 
to exist between, ^i'e president and the 
railroads. It Is' expected ' tho contro- 
versy will bo end.l^.ft . by this week end 
by a compromlsQ 'Agreement, and al- 
though this Is onl^ ' a surmise, still 
there seems to be tff) qijfcstion but what 
tho contentions of the carriers are re- 
ceiving more consideration. 

The absence of ^grgressive outside 
selling is a most favorable feature dur- 
ing the present' period of dullness and 
indicates that securities are well 



lodged. Of course, concerted.., buying 
movement will '■undoubtodly jbeV^^ 
sary In order to '. stimulate :'an"'^pward 
turn, but it is thouiyht thBt?fth«};; si^mie 
will be forthcoming wheri",^thjeldeflnlte 
news Is obtained ns to the outcbino of 
tlio frelBht rate question. 



Ktock — 


High. 


Low. 


Close. 


Amal. Copper. . . . 


05^1 


64 % 


C5Vi 




51! 


55% 


55 


Anier. Cot. Oil... 


83 


02% 


62% 








23V.i 


Amer. Loco 


•i 


% 


44 


Amer. Smelt 


77V2 


7C Vi 


77% 


Amer. AA'oolen 






32 


Anaconda 


40% 


%' 


40% 


Amer. Tel 


137 • 


= J,86% 


118%- 


Amer. Sugar .... 




118 


Amor. Woolen 






32 


Anaconda 


•1 




4 % 


A tlantlc Coast . . . 


li!-U 


ISl-^i 


121 


Atchison 


10554 


105 


1 - 5 % 


IS. and O 


124 • 


112 


1 1 2 V-: 


li. 11. T. 


79I4 


15% 


7 9 Vrt 


c;. C. C. & St. L. . . 






81 


C. P. U. 


175% 


195% 


195% 


C. & O 


81% 


80^4 


81% 


C. & G. W 


27, 


26% 


20% 


C. & N. W 


147 Vi 


1 4 li % 


14 


C., M., & St. P. .. 


12S% 


127 Vi 


1 28 


Cen. Leather .... 


37 % 


• • 


3 7 % 


C. F. & I 






3 5 Yi 


Colo. South 






57 


Co:i. Gas 


1 3 7 ^4 


1 3G % 


1 3 7 Vi! 


Corn Products .. 


15% 


Vi 


1 5 Vi 


D. it II 






165 


D. & n. Q. 


36K' 


3 n V{! 


30 % 


l.iistiller.s 


30% 


30 


3 Va 


I'jrlo 


21% 


• - Vi 


- 1 /a 


Gi. Nor. Ore. ctf. 


Gl 


GO % 


fil 


Gen. FAec 






1 10 Vl- 




Kl.1% 


V4 


1 3 3 % 


III. Central 


1 ^! 3 "'t 




1 33 


Inter-Metro 


I 9 Ya 


19 


1 9 V4 


Int. Paper 






1 1 


Int. Pump 




• • 


4 5 VI' 


Iowa Contr.nl ... 


19?.i 




1 9 Y^ 


L. & N 


146 


14G 


1 4 G Vi 








88 


Mo.\. Cen. ctfs.... 






- 


M., St. P. & S.. . . 


l.'!8 


13 8 V« 


13S Vi 




39 H 


38 Vi 


39 


Mo. Pac 


in ^2 


67 


07 Vi 


Niii. Lead 






7 4 Yz 


Nevada Con 








X. Y. C 


118% 


118 


118 % 


N. Y., O. & W. . , . 


4 1 % 


V4 


44 % 


N. & \V 






100 


Nor. Pac. ....... 


126% 


125 %. 


126% 


Pac. .Coast 


126 '/J 


123% 


126 %• 


Pac. Mail 






26 V-i 




1 % 




1 3 2 ?i 


People's Gas . • • . 


1 07 




107 


Reading 


157 U 


158 V» 


157 


Rep. Steel ........ 


31% 


3 3 


33Vi 


iiock Island ' . . . . 


41 


40% 


40% 




12!% 


11:2% 


124% 


Tenn. Copper . . . 






24 Vi 


.Toxaq P4iciflc 






35% 


Third ■ Ave. 


8',i 


5% 


7%- 


Tol., St. Ii.> &'W..k 






23 - 


Union' Pac. .= .V 


17854' 






do pf d/- .V, . 






■93% 


U..S. Cast" 'I: p...:. 






19 


U.S. .steel" 


■ 79" 


78% 


78% 


■do pfdV 


116% 


■ 116 - 


116 


1 Utah" ' Copper -. . . ' 




■:43:% 


43% 


■Vn.-Car. Cheiti.'; . i 


•60% 


,60 


60 • 


WabaSh' • '. ... . 


' 19% • 


... % 


19% 


;Wa8tern Union . . 






. 63%' 


tWestibiflibuBe . 


63% 


63VS 


62% 



:Total sales',"^ 852,100. 



THE COLONIST -HAS ALL THE NEWS 



MARRON LAKE RANCH E' 

Idsal Estate Situated Five IVI.iles, From 
Okanagan Falls Commands Lovely 
yiow 

Marron Lake. Hanehe Estate is 
situated 12 ^ miles from Fontlcton 
and about 12% miles from. Keremeos 
Great Northern Railway station, and 
Ave miles" from "the'Okanagan^Fnlls," 
and is at the division of the crnss 
valley roads commanding one of ttu^ 
loveliest views for over sixty or 
seventy miles of the surroundiiiH' dls- 
trict.s or OkanaRan ^^iind Shiiilkanieen. 

he uf|ualled throughout the wliole of 
Hrltlsh Columbia, showing u]) as tlie.N' 
do to the naked oyc lovely laltes and 
extensive expanse of productive 
rnuritr.v. Tills viille.v luis the full 
hcnolit of tho nuiriiiiiK sunrise .und 
iilso of tiie Klf'iious eveninK sunset 
shining' down on Marron Lake, called 
liy the Indians .Maroon Lake, on ac- 
I'ount of the dec)) colors of its waters. 
The liind in and iirounii ecnislsls of 
tlK' elioicest hottoni and Ixuich l.-inds 
to be found In any part of tlie coun- 
try. Nature In no way liavinf? failed 
to la\'lsh on this clianninB sjiot hor 
full beneflt.s; tho springs, streams 
and lakes are numerous; spruce, llr 
and pines stand up before the eye, 
HO no complaint can be made with the 
way the beauties of Nature have been, 
lavished here, the artistic charms b^ 
ing rare and quite unsijrpassed for 
grandeur and only' wait to be well 
tultlvated by man to' be more ■ than 
appreciate^ by yielding Nature's 
abundance continually to him. The 
soil varies little and is very produc- 
tive for all kliuls of produce, many 
parts even Reir-lrrl,i,';itpfl amply for 
every iiiir|ioHe of inl.vtHl farming and 
fruit Ki'owin,!?. Tho winters are jiar- 
ticularly pleasant, Iho fall of snow 
ample and wondi'rfull.v good for re- 
taining' sullUtient moisltire l:i the 
land for all its /joni.-ral ptn-poses of 
extenslv(> fiiniitnf?, and toKother with" 
tlio help of till! lakes and streams 
this am])lo fall of snow Rives the most 
I pei'fect anrl elieupest sy.'item of Ren- 
era] irrigation, and the ellmale, 
Rrnnd, warm and beautiful, lends Hs' 
liel]) for all the cboli'est of fruit 
(^rowliiR to |)i'rfoction ; this is at pres- 
ent In its infan(',\', but will ere hniR 
eomp.are fa\-or.abl.v with tlie older 
li.'irts of this beautifiil OkamiKan and 
.Similkamoen districts, Pontlcton and 
Keremeos. to; , wjt, fof - the choicest 
fruits It; pi'oducpV?- commanding as It 
does the' oarliosf sunrises and tho. lat- 
est sunsets. From a sportsman's -yolnt 
of view it, is tlie only plentiful doer 
valley you can doj^end upon for the 
noble, pure and genuine sport, a per- 
fect deer pci^dlBO, , 



THE LOCAL-MARKETS : 



Floor. 

Royal Householdi a' bug 
Lake of the Vyoods, a bag.... 

noyal StandariJ, a bag 

■^Vlld Hose, a bag • 

Hobln lluod. per aacu 

CalKary, a bag 

gnowflaico, a bog .v 

Drlfteil Bnonr. per sack 

Thmo Etar, per aack 

Moftti'a Best, per bag v 

JFeeditufti. 

Bran, por 100 Iba. 

Shorts, per 100 lbs. ......... 

Middlings, por lOO lb*. 

(Juls, per 100 lbs 

Ket'd Whi'nt. per 100 lb», ..... 
CniBhi'd OatB. per 100 IbB. .. 

Uarli'V. per 100 lbs 

Crushed Darloy, por 100 lbs... 
Chop l"ecd. per 100 lbs. .... 
Whole Corn, per lOO lbs. .... 
Cracked Corn, per 100 lbs... 
Feed, Cornmeol, por 100 lbs.. 
Hay, Fraaer River, per ton... 
Hay, pralrlo • 

Eggs — 
Fn-6h jBlnnd, per aozen 
Eaalorn Esgs, per doien .... 

Cboosu — 

Caiindmn, per lb 

Neufchatcl. each 

Crcum, local, each ,^ 

Until- r — 

AllJorE». per lb , ., 

IJesl Dairy 

Victoria Croampry, per lb.... 
fTowlchan Crtiamery, per lb.... 

Oomojc Creamery, per lb 

Ball bprini; la. Creamitry, lb.. 

Ueat*. 

Beer, por lb 

.Mutton, per lb - 

Multon, Australlrm 

Vc»l rir.'HU.'il. ii(,r lb 

Guooo, drusBe'd, per lb. 

Chlclitnj, per lb 

ClilckcnB, per lb., llvo walEht. 

Uuckii, dressed, per lb 

Unmo, per lb 

I'orU 

Fralt. 

Fles, table, per lb. 

Lemons, per dozen 

Oranges, .Naval. >...., , 

Bunaiiaa ........ ..^ 

Apples, 3 lbs 

liliubiirb, p«r lb 

Asparagus, (local), ......... 

Oreen Pcoa, 3 iW 

.Spinach, S Ibz. 

Api>lua, per box .» 

Grape Fruit, (Cal.) 

Urapu rrult (Florida) 

Strawberries fCal.) box 

rcKetnDiea. 

Onions, 8 Iba for 

Swoot rotaioes, 1 Iba. 

Becta, per lb 

Carrots, per lb 

Onlona (Australian) 3 Iba. .. 
Tomatoca (Florida), per lb.. 
Artichokea, (Qlobe), each.... 
ArtlchokoB, Jerusalem, III 

Faralsy, por bunoh •....« 

Celury, per bupcb 

CuoumberB 

Potatoes, local, por sack .... . 
Pototoes, Aabcroft, per sack. . 
Potatoes, new per lb.; ....4... 

CaulKlowar.l each 

Cab)>airtt, . new. per. .lb.. ...... 

Lettuoe, a ' beoa ••• 

uarlie.' perrib, ................ 



f 1.90 
1.90 
1.50 
1.80 
2.00 
1.76 
l.iS 
l.li 
1.80 
Lit 

l.CO 
l.GO 
1.70 
l.SO 
2.36 
l.Gii 
1.75 
1.85 
l.CO 
2.00 
2.2s 
2,26 

23.000 2S.0O 
!>.«« 



.0BO.20 

.IS lit'. 20 
.1G<1|'.20 
.20W.24 

.:5i;.30 

.12 M, W.16 
.Hiqp.3i 

.16@.30 



{.dC@3.60 - 
.1S0,12H 



BEVAN, GORE & ELIOT, Limited 



Meml|er¥^^j^^^ Victoria, Spokane and Stewart Stock 

''"•,.;f^';:v''-^-'^';-;,v'i;';'-c- : Exchanges 



' '-'^Vy^'^rev^^ the, fpllp\^ing companies: 

• Glacier Creelcl^lining Co., Limited 

• Stewart-Portland Canal Light, Water & Power Co., Limited' 
Rush-Portland Maining Co., Limited • 
American,^ Creek Mining Co., Limited. 

■ Keystone' Mining Co., Limited. 

oIrDER^ li'OR- ST.Q.CK IN AN,Y : PF 'i;HE ABO VE COM;- 
PANIES WILL RECEIVE 'ffiOM^ 
1, '':S EiaVA/TE WIREi^yiCTORlAfra 



1 122 ■Goyernmeht' St;'; ■ T * 



; Victoria,, B.C. 




Goo(ds 



received 
civen. 



Telephone 2282 



Victoria, B. C. 

at all hours. Expert attention 

Consignments solicited 

P. O. Box 875; 



F. W. STEVENSON & CO. 

BROKERS 
14-16 Mahon Building 
II 14 Government Street 

Members Victoria Stock- 
brokers' Association 

Wo offnr $3,000 City of Vlc- 
torln (James Bay Roclamation) 
■is, duo 1051, at $!)G and interest. 

Municipal, Ooverninent, Rail- 
way, Trust and all other deben- 
ture.s dealt In. 

Portland Canal Shares and all 
Local Stocks bought and sold 
on commisaion. 

Telephone 362 




1^ Stocks 



ASK FOB FBXCES 
any 01' Sals 

Portland Canal, 
Stewart Mining, 
Red Cliff, 
Glacier Creek, 
■Portland Wbnder, 
American Canadian Oil, 
Canadian Noitlnvest Oil, 

VAOHOBIT, OWYITK <s CO., 

6 ..▼imoonTir. 



PORTLAND 
CANAL STOCKS 

BOUaHT AND SOI^D ON 
COMIVIISSION 



Member Victoria Stockbrokers' 

Association. 
Board of Trade Building. 
Phone 210G. 



Phono 3868., , ll'22..Govt. St 

Oldham £ Matterson 

■ Members'. Victoria . Stockbrokers* 
' Association. ' 



Write, phono or call on. us If 
you are buying or ' selling Fort- 
land Canal' Stocks. 



lots for 'sole. , > " 



Ste'wart 



lu comlnf? on tKe Rl'veTdaIe, a British 
steamship chartered especially' by. the 
Dollar Company and sent to Han- 
yang last mont'h from Manila and 
Shanghai. ■ 

The Dollar Company has ohairtered 
another steamer to freight pig' Iron 
from Hankow, the Brlti&h steamer 
Netherlee. The Rlverdale is now en 
route to the Sound and the Beachy 
is expected to steam in August. 



i -I , ' , Ox' ",1 > 

The now vessel ^ito/ be:' bullt.'-by.-. tho 
Dollar Company;; probably; wlll^^not bo 
started ' until" next.'year . and - will be . of 
the type /6'f5. : th6'viIazel.,V' vand ■ ' Bfessle 
Dollar, how^-inl the' Oriontal ^trade ' and 
used' In-,'part-'tib-voarryV<pig'.lron from 
the Orient. • She''. will v be. ai.i,vessel of 
about -8,600'' tons .and-,. 'vvill carry 'lum • 
ber on her trips to.' the .Far.-Kast. < 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



STEWART, B. a 

DON'T WAIT FOR THE NEXT RISE 

But purchase now. The mineral wealth of Stewa,rt is only; 

just beginning to be known. " , , .| 

Those wishing to purchase or sell their Stewart property; 
would do well to call on or write the 

Stewart Laed Co,, Ltd. ., 

Board of Trade Building 



-<>..>-»-♦-»-♦-» ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 



.2K 
.10 



AWOTHER STEAMER" ' : 

FOR DOLLAR LINE 



Company .to Construct Vessel for Car- 
rying-Pig' Iron — ^Bi^itish Rrelghtars 
CKarte'red to Bring Full' Cargoes 

Aiiotlu-T steanuM' of llu' Uollar line 
will |)rol)Hl)ly ha roKl.stcrod here be- 
fore [Uiother year has pa.s.se(I fur llie 
(•ompiiiiy has deckled to build another 
vessel ol' the type of tho Bessie Dol- 
lar iiiul Hazol Dollar of Victoria, B. €. 
ror carrying pig' Iron from Hanyaii!!r 
foundries at Hankow for the Woaterii 
Steel company's plant at Irondale. The 
steamers of tho Dollar lino have boon 
cii.rrylng' shipments of pig Iron from 
tho YangtzBO port for some time. 

The flrsjt full cargo of this material 




Mahon Building, 



TH & Company, Ltd..; 



Members ot .K-acin<i Coast Stocl: Szshangs." 



We will sell subject to con- 
flriiiallon : 

2000 Little Joe O. K... ..H 

1000 Pjii-t. Dreadnought'. .12% 

100 Can. Pacific Oil... .45 

500 Can. Northwest Oil .29 



We will buy .subject to con« 
flrmat Ion : 

20 .Stewart M. and D.. 56.00 
-500 Bear River Canyon ;31 
lOOO 'Can. Northwest Oil ' i2i ■ 
1600 B. C. Pulp and Pap. .25 

10 Stewart Uand 24.0Oy ' 



BpadallBts In Fortlana Oanal . Stoeks, 



F 



1 



Members Victoria Stock Brokers' Association 
623 TROUNCE AVENUE , PHONE. 2443 



" Wo will soil- 
Subject to confirmation: 

2000 Rambler 

inon Royal Colllcrle.s 

100 Stewart iM. & D. 

1000 Glaolor Crook. 



will bUy7-r>.. 



2000 American Can. Oil f 

1000 '' Portland Wonder . /i. 
1000 B.- C. Pulp, and i?apor 
5O0 Nugget « 

»-♦-» ♦ * ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦H 



tmam 



STOCK & BOND BROKERS 

Members Chicago Board of Trade 
14-16 Mahon Bldg. 1114 Government Street 



ORDERS EXECUTED ON ALL MARKETS 
PRIVATE WIRES TO CHICAGO. NEW YORK. BOSTON, MONTREAL 



16 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Tuesday, June 21, 1910. 



CLASSIFIED ADVISUTISINO UAIU.S 

Ono cunt a word each InBcrtlon; 10 por 
cfint. discount for six or iiioro conBccuttva 
Insertions — ciish with order. No lulvc-rtlao- 
ment ncccptoil for Ica.i tlian 25 ct'iiln. 
bUBlncaB and I'rofc^salnn:!! OmuIb— of four 
lines or undiir — SI. DO ijit weolt. 
No aQvertlHomcnt chariied on account for 
less than fi.OO. 

Phono No. 11. 



,BUSII\IESS.D1REC,T.0RY 

' " " ARCIIITECTS 



HOOPER, THOMAS, AUCHITEGT — IN 
.'P'raotlce In.B. ^C-; lor. twenty-flvo, years. 
-.I^laflB-i'atid'^'apeeiao&ttonsvturolahed: on.^-ap^ 
' cation.' Otfloe;;. S.\ Siston (Blook, Phono D 2 7. 



MAdiTJKE,- S.iv ARCHITECT— 6 AND 7 
Five Slatora . Block. '.Tel: nea., 13-704; 
Otnce, 1J57. > ■ 



/Ti.: HLWOOD •■WATKINS,. ARCHITECT— 
VRoom>l«;'.FWo . Slatera Block, Victoria, 
]}:rC.'^ 'Telephohea: Otflco 2188, Resldencu 
li-isas. 



ART GLASS 



A. 



I'-. ROY. OVER 



TWENTY YEAIIH 
^rt Gl-'iBO liL'ftdt'd 
hnolB iiritl iirlvatc 
Hlore SIB YatLS St. 



SW. CHISnOL.M & CO., MANUli"ACTUR- 
era of Leujud Art Olaaa, 1231'Lanslcy 
Bt.. ulu bu found at SOS Fort St. on and 
after .March 1. • 



AUTO,>ioiirr,i5s 



WESTERN MOTOR & .SUPPLY t'Or*- 
pany. R. P. Clark. Jlanaser. .Sole 
necnta for Biilcks, Frankllas, llumhcrB. 
Clement Talbota and Rovers, atorano, sup- 
pIlcB, tires all sir-ea and makes. Bulk gaao- 
llno and oil. Repairs. compli;te vuleunlzlns 
plant. HiKh class livery. Teluphonu liai;, or 
if lino busy IJOGT. 



AL'TO.MOIill.E TYKE UIOI'AIU.S 



a-^RY BAIN'US A.\D ilUOW.X, njO V.^TICS 
. street, wltli our lu-u- vulea.ilzlim- plant 
wo can handle a! kinds of repairs. Out"r 
caaea, rotreads, sections and plugging. In- 
ner tubes, blow outs, punoturea, cto. Vhone 
JB7T. 



AnVERTISING AGENCY 



DVERTiaiNO AQISNCY (CHIXK.sH) — 
^ Wing On, 1700 Government St., Phone 



11 AO (i AG E 1 ) 15 1 .1 ■V !•: H Y 



HASTY DBLIVEBY. SERVICE. PlIONK 
807. . Express, transfer wagons and 
messenKers ttt^mptly supplied, cio Cormui - 
attt' atreetf . - - 



VICTORIA TRANSFEU CO., LTD.. TEL- 
ephone 129.. 



BICYCLES 



MARCONI ^BHOS-T-BL,VCHINE SHOP, 700 
Ydtos atreet Phone 380. Kxuerlonced 
men to moke' or repair ony artlolo In the 
meohanlcal tlno.ln' braas, iron or stoei. 
Charges reaaohable. 



BLUK PRIXTIXO AM1> jlAVS 

PRINT.S, ANY LENGTH IN ONE PIECE, 
al.K oi]iiH per foot Timber and land 
maps. Electric iiluo Prints and Mttp Co., 
121S I.anKky St. 



nOAT.S AND EXfilNKS 



VICTORIA BOAT & ENGINE CO.. LTD— 
Boats: and launches built; cstlmutca, 
repair^., designs. iShop, 421 Uavid street. 
W. i). . Duck, manager. Phone 305. 

ItOOKBINDKRS 



a^H^B COLONI.ST lIAy THE B13.ST 
- cqulped bonkhlndery 111 tlit( province; 
the result la equal In proi>ortloii. 

' BOOT AND SHOE ItlCl'AlKl.Sii 



THE ONLY aHOB MACHINE.S THAT 
havo proven aatlatactory la Ibo Cham- 
pion. Made expressly for - shoe repalrhu;. 
Try them. HIbb's, 3 Oriental Alley', oppo- 
site Pantagca. 



HO'ITLES 



ALL KINDS OF BOTTLES W.\.N'ri:D- 
Good prices paid. Vlctoila .lun 
Agency, 1620 Storo street. I'liono .^"a;. 



HUILDEILS AND CONTRACTO'lS 



FRANK B. UU.ME — CUNTRACTOU AND 
builder. Plans ami Bpeellicatlons pre- 
pared for approval. J^Btlmatea furnished 
on any class of atructhre. Offices Cor. Rol- 
and Ave., and O.xford St., P. O. Box f.70. 



LUNEY BROS., BUILDERS AND f.'ON- 
tractorst are prepared to give prices on 
sll'.butidlaff and. jobbths work.'' Phoh6 sli, 
Wa'-gttend - to your order. 



TJCTESTHOtMB , LUMBBH CO., LTD.^ 
Vr-.^'Qenerat Cohtr,actor8 and Bulldnra. 
Otfl6e ?0t Broushton, • Phone. lSe«. 



CIVIL KNfilNEKRS AND fiUKVEYOKS 



Fa. ALDOUK, C.E.— -All klluls of civil 
• engineering and aurveying undertHkon. 
Ballroud location und conatructlou a ' spe- 
cialty. 1107 Langlcy atrcct. 



GORE & McGregor— J. HERRICK Mo- 
or agor. Mgr. Land Surveyor and 
clvu engineers. Obancery Chambcra, P. O. 
B6x 1E3. Tel, AGD4. Fort Qcorge offlce, J. 
P. Tempieton, Mgr. 



ROBERTSON, A. L— BRITISH COLUJI- 
bla Land Surveyor. 622 Fort atreet, 
Victoria, B. C. Tolophono L-1B47. P. O. Box 

783. 



CAUrKNTERS, .TOlNEIt.S, .lOllKEItS 



CAPITAL CARPENTER A.\D JOBBING 
factory, Alfred Jones. All kinds of 
alterations, Jobbing work. 1003 Vancouver 
and Y'ates street; office phono B20I1. Res. 
R709. 



IjlOR ALTKR.VTIOXS, liEl'Alll.S AND 
■ Jobblnt;, call on J. W. Bcilditi. carpca- 
ter and Jobber, corner of Fori and Quadra 
Tel. L,-17B2, 



OAItRIilOE AND WAGO.N Dl .M.KR- 



MABLK, 'WM.— I.MPOBTER OF' MAC- 
Lachlan buKKlcH, traps; cannot be 
beaten tor durability. 'Warehouse 717 John- 
son .St. Phone l.ISi;. 



CHijiNEV 8^^•El:pINo & WHixinvAsinNc; 



O'BRIB.Nf BROS.,' CIIIMNEV AND FUR- 
naco cleaners. Mossy roofs clear.ed. 
Phono 22C2. 



CHINESE I.ni'OKTERS AND DEALERS 



alM FOOK YUEN— IMPORTERS, DEAL- 
era In rico, teas and silk; full line o( 
hlgh-cla«B china and curios. Store 1716 und 
1728 Goveriinieiit Kl., PliOi.e 527. 



CI.OTllE.S CLEAMNti ^VOItltS 



GENTS' CLOTHES CLEANED, DYED, 
repaired and preanod; umbrellas and 
. parasols made, repaired and re"Oorered. 
Ouy W. 'iValkcr, 70S Johnson St., JUSt east 

of DoUBloa. Phone L-12C7. 



c 



'(LOTJIIO.S C'LEA.N'ED, MENDED AND 
Ironed. Good work, low prices W. F. 
, 627 Cormorant Street. 



COAL AND -WOOD. 



BURT, GEO.— DEALER IN ALL KIND.S 
Of wood and coal. Delivered to any 
part of city, at current rates. Phone 8118, 
yards, 736 Pandora. 



eO TO J. B. GHICE TO GET YOUR FALL 
ordcra. Wood plied in yard or lot bo- 
roro cutting. Measure guaranteed. In cords 
or over. Tel. 149. 



HALL & WALKER — AVELLINCJTO.N COL- 
llerlce Coal, Comox Anthracite Coal, 
Blacksmith's and Nut Coal apoclully pre- 
pared. Tel, 88; 1232 Qovernment St. 



KINOHAM, , J; ii' CO. •— ' OFMOB 1203 
BROAD SL Coal doltvcrcd to any part 
of the city at current rates. Phono 04 7, 
Wharf, foot of Chatham St. 

AINTER, J. E. & SO.N'B— COAL, WOOD 
and bark of finest quality at curront 
ratw, Ttr oM n*w. and , speolally .prepared 
ilut ' coals. Phone: 'ESS. Oflica (11- Cormor- 
ant St,- ' 

OHEAi'VUiia KS AND D AllUKB 

OT'AL DAIRY— CREAMERY BUT'Ter", 
ice cream, mlllc and buttermilk; re- 
liable tor quajlty and purity. Dairy 1110 
Douglas SL, or Phone 1S8. 



COMSIKItCIAL 'rUTOR. 



OMMERCIAL TUTOR— FREDERICK COX 
(late principal Milton Buslnee.'; Col- 
16ge, Montreal) YoO Discovery Btreet. Htrlct- 
f)y Individual tuition -In.Bhbrthand, typLwrlt- 
; Ihg, Bookkeoplnft ;''eto.v::<8|xtecn years busl- 
' tiVas and teaching : t»perlenco. 

CUSTOMS BKOKElt 



rOWElI.<L, A. M., CUSTOMS BROKER, 
forwarding agent, rcnl cstale. Rooiii 22 
j i.,inla block, IfOO Oovcrnmont stiuoU lej. 
1001, EnlrUa pasaod acourately odd proiapt" 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



DlA:MONDbl 



\;\7E SELL ONLY THE VERY FINEST 
> » selected stones, which we buy direct 
from the cutters. Tho moderate prlcea at 
which wo sell these are tho secret of our 
largo .business. Redtsta. & Sons, Diamond 
Merchants, Goverament.'.atreet. 



DYE WORKS 



Be. BTEAJI DYE WORKS— THE LAR- 
• gcat dyeing and cleaning works in tho 
province. Country ordcra solicited. ■ Tel. 
200. J. C. Renfrew, proprietor. 



OAUL'S STEAM DYE WORKS- 318 FORT 



Its equal to 



IDAUL'S B 
street. 



STEAM DYB WOnKS. 844 
telephone 717. Ladlea' 
ntlcnien's garmenla cleaned or dyed. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



"OTTERY WAIIE, ETC. 



SEWER PIPE, FIELD TILE, GROUND 
FIra Clay, Flower Pots, oto. B. O. 
Pottery Co., Ltd., Cor. Broad and Pandora 
Sta., Victoria, B. C. ' 



KBAI. ESTATE AOBNTS . 



CUTHBERT, HERBERT & CO,— "BAR 
gains Victoria Real Estate." Invest 
ments, timber and fruit lands, 010 Fort St. 
Phono 1610. Cablu addreSB. "CuthbcrL" 



MARRIOTT & : FELLOWS— REAL E3- 
^.tatSi-.iloanBi'.'tlmbei*, 'ntlnes and rentals, 
Oftlo*«'„yMI«dUver«'«New • 'Weatmlnator and 
Victoria! 010 Trouneo Avenue. Phone 646. 



DKAY.'tlE.N 



H 



EANEY, JOSEPH — OFFICE BB V'fharf 
street. Telephone 171, 



VICTORIA TRUCK AND DRAX CO.— 
Telephone 13. 



ELECTRO I'LATINOV^ 



"xrOUR TABLEWARE IlEPLATBD AS 
JL new. Guarantucd to bo hand-burnish- 
ed. Tho best known method for durability. 
Bond it Jcssop, 022 Johnson street. 



EI.KCTltlCI.ANS' 



JOLECTIHO SUPPLIES 



FOOT .'c TL'SO.V, ELECTRICAL OON- 
traclors. Jlotor boats, gaaolino engines. 
Phone A-MIO. 7:10 F.irt St, 



Cl.N'H * HAYWOOD, 72S YATES 
];l,:,^triLl.',n.s; all kinds of auiipHea 
Installations and repairs promptly 
1 tn; iirlci-H moderdle. I'hone C43. 



E.MI'l.OV.^IE.ST UUUICAU 



rnilE JAPANESE t;E.N'ERAL CONTRAC 
-L Co., l,td.. 1617 Storo St. I>. O. Bti: 
388. All U.'iuls of contract and labor supply; 



w 



•ING ON, 1709 GOVT ST. PHONE 23. 



PURNITURE MOVING VANS 



USE'BURT'S P.YDDED FURNITURE AND 
piano 



T.8B Pnndor 



(il.AS.S AND OI.AZINU 



DESCItll'TlON OF GLASS — 
t. prlaniatle, ornamental, 
leaded, etc. The Melfoso Co., Ltd., B18 Fort 
troot. 



1,-\\'KRY 
1/ Plate. 



iiAitntvARn 



IJRIOIl, K. G. i- CO.— HARDWARE AND 
aRrlcnltural Implcmonta. Corner of 



rpHE UICK.MAN TYE HARDWARE CO.- 
-L Ltd., Iron, steel, hardware, cutlery, ; 
and 34 Yates street, VldtoHa, bT Ck 



HOTELS AND IlESTAUItANTS . 



/"lALIFOHNIA HOTEL, 19 JOHNSON ST. 

newly lilted up from bottoih to top, 
good accommodation, sporting gallery, com- 
prising llfe-slzed photos at .ail the noted 
sports and athletes up to the present day, 
Uai- nlwnya supplied -svllh best goods. Thos. 
L. Mc-ManuS. proprietor. 



"XTEW HOTEL HP.UNSWICK, NICEST LO- 
-J-> cation In Victoria, nicely furnished 
rooms at modoi-ato prlcea. "Weekly rated. 
All cars piis.'j hotel. '1 \vu entrances, corner 
Yatea and Dougla.s. Phono 317. 



rpHE COMMERCIAL HOTEL, CORNEll 
-I Douglas and Cormorant Sts.. opposite 
City Hall. RcnovauHl tliroughout. Rooms 
Bccond to nonu In city. Bar replete with 
the best. European plan only. I'ool room 
in conneetlon. .1. Lucaa. Proji. Phono 170J. 



MONEY PROPERLY INVE.STKD LEAD."* 
to fortune. This result may bo al- 
mcal In 



rpiIE O, K. COFFEfi'llOOBE. HAS JUST 
-L been opened' lor bu«lne8S}^t 1636 Store 
str.-et. .Meala lEo .und up. 



Ion help. 560 'Joltnsdh fet. 'Why pay 
more when -you call' git the btat for leas. 
Meals 20oifrboms 20o and up.'. Bar replete 
with best goods. Joseph Balansno, Prop. 



QTRAXU HOTEL CAFE, JOILN'SON ST., 
^ always open. r:uroppaa plan: culsind 
unexcelled; bar best Koodi; rates moderate. 
\Vrl«lu & Faulkner. Phonj 1105. 



HOTEL VICTORIA— UNDER NEW .MAN- 
amnienl. .Most central in city. Bui 



40-618 YATES IjT. 
opean plan; largo and airy rooms; 
bar supplied with best Kuods. Ted McAvoy, 
proprlBtdr. Phono 1632. 



THE "WILLOWS-^THOliOUGHLY RENO- 
vated throughout, and equipped in the 
moat modern and up-td-dale atylCaiid aub* 
piled with beat goods. Alex. LipHky,' prop. 



.lEWEI.LEKS, WATCII5IAKKUS, r.TC. 



AI'ETCH, 1407 DOUGLAS STREET 
special ly of English watch repalrlnir. 



JUNK 



WANTED— SCRAP . . BRASS. COPPER, 
sine, lead, cnat iron, aaoks, bottlca, 
rubber) highest prices paid. Victoria Junk 
Agency, 1020 Store atreet. Phone 133S. 



LANDSCAPE OAKOENEB 



TA.MES SI.MPSON, 851' JOHNSON ST, 
fJ Phone R1150. Expert on ail gardening 
mnttora. Rose and carnation speetallat. 
Scale on rrult trees completely removed. 
Lawns thoroughly made, orchard*. 'Summer 
liruncd, gardens kept by doy or contract. 



1" AND.<5CAPE OARDKNER— P R U N I NO 
-LJ sraftlntf and all kindn of garden work 
Hkllfully done by d.-iy or contract. D. Mc- 
mlllan. Room 7. SIO Johnson St. Late gar- 
dener to tho .Marquis of iircadalbane, Tay- 
mouth Castle, Perth, Scotland. 



AND TRANSFEU 



roltl.V THAN.SFER CO., I4TD.. 

li.Ki Heivico In iho ulty. 



MTIIOGRAI-IIINa 



ITHOdRAl'lIlNO, ENCm.WI.VO AND 
-U/ EmhoBsInK— Nothing ton Inrgo and 
nolhlns too snmll; your stationery is your 
arlvaneo affenl; our work Is. unequalled west 
or 'loionto. Tlio Colonist Printing and 
PilblLshlns Co.. Ltd. 



l-OCKSMITILS AND MACHINISTS 



TTAFER, L. — GENEItAI, .M A( 'HlNLST, 

copper and steel, or anv n<,n ci iii- tnl .Ma- 
chine shop, 159 Goveriiniri.l Kt. I'hone 930 



150TTS, HOWARD A, G.— REAL BB- 
tato. Financial and. Timber Sftents. In 

bualnoBs tn Victoria for over twenty years, 
otflco 63G Fort street. 



CO.— REAL 
lans, rentals, collections 
Offices: Regina, Baak., hhd Victoria, B. C. 
Oflloe; 1210 Broad, 8t, .:Ph9no-, 1733,, . 



SAXifltlAKBBI^r.^ 



pacmB. ,BRO., SAIIiMAICERSi • TENTS, 
U . ' .'avninga,- camp turnttUro. 'Warehduao 
5T0: Johnadn. St Phone 706. 



BAND AND .OBAVBIt 



BO. SAND AiaHA-VBriCa^OOT OF 
• Johnsdn St. Tel. 1388. Washed and 
graded sand; gravel for concrete work. De- 
ilverc-d by team or on aoows at Royal Bay, 



a HIE LINEHA.M-SCOTT SAND & GKAVBl. 
Co., 683 Yates St. — Screened saiill and 
graveli graded! broken rock, black soli, etc, 
Phones: . Offloe. 00{; Manager, 31S3; Pita, 
L-18BT. 



SnORTII.-\Is'I) 



"PROMPT DELIVER Y~01!DERi 
■L with C.imi.ron Lumber Co. 



PLACED 

, ,,, Ltd., for 

lumber, inouhllngH. doom, alilnslea and lath. 
Phone 8ti4. Otllco 355 Onibally ltd 



LUUBBR SIAN Ul AtJT 1,'R i: ICS 



TJtTLMAN LUMBER CO., LTD., 616 Mon- 
treal street, foot of CJuebeo, Lumber 
mouldlnga, and ni kinds of mill work. Best 
Ladysinlth shingles. Telcpliono 2075. City 
Ofllce, Ilia Langley etreot, Victoria, B C. 



BtASSAGB- 



MRS, EAHSMAK.' BMbTRXC LIGHT 
baths;: medioBt mataitgai 1000 .Jj'ort St. 
I'hono 11-1966, ''«;-». • ■ ' 



MASSAOEr SWEDISH. 



ASSAGE, SWEDISH— O. DJORNSFELT 
821 Fort Btreet. Pliono ISfiO. 



OPTICIANS AND ()I'TO.METIlI.STS 



Oi.YTH, A. I'., 04 6 FORT— OVER A 
I-* (juarter of a century's o.\perIence, and 
noderu equipment at your florvlcc. Free 
examination. Lenses ground on prcmlaos. 



P/UNTEKS AND rAl'EIIHANOEItS 



-M L L O H ~ r ,\ I N T I ,V ( ; 



raator. 11;.m; 



i'hone iriCl, 



HENRY RIVERS— PAINTER, 
kalaomlner and paperhang 



GLAZIER, 
ger, H9 Mftr- 
Estimatcs chcer- 



BHORTHAND SCHOOL — 1109 BROAD ST., 
Victoria. Shorthand, Typewriting, 
Bookkeeping, Telegraphy thoroughly taught. 
Graduates fill good poattlons. E. A. Mac- 
mlllan, principal. 



SCAVENGING 



E. 



^:yiNa on, itoo govt bt. phonb sa. 



STE.NCIL AND SEAL KNGttAVING 



G GENERAL ENGRAVER' AND STENCIL 
X Cutter, Geo. Crowthor, 13 'Whart St., 
behind Post Ofllcu. 



■. STORAOS AND WAttEUOUSlNO 



S. BYRW, 1302-4 -WHARF ST., FOOT 



STORAGE AND 'WARKHOUSINa— 10,000 
feet of lloor apace. Apply W, 'W. Dun- 
can, B3B Y^atcB. P. O. Box 179, City. . •,. 



OONTRACTOR FOR LAND' CliBARINQ, 
stumping,, dtii. . Henry SI. ^Walker, 8163 
Delta street. Phone L-1794. 



TEAS AND COFFEES 



PIONEER COFFEE & SPICE MILLS, 
Ltd., Pembroke street, Victoria. Tele- 
phone 60j. 



TIMBER.- OLANM. £1?6. 



f^APT. C. J. BttO'WNItlQG. ..TIMBER 
lands, mining. Ortlee IiillieHttI hotel. 

P.O. Ho.t 503. 



UNDEItTAIUNO AND KatBALJIINO 



B. 

223U. 



FIJ.NER.VL FCRNISIIINO CO.. 1010 

ov't .-;t. 'I'H. r_'3r,. 2236 .2237. iliSS. 
r(.m]jt att. million. Chas. Ilaywar.l. 
\, Huywarrt. Hec. ; F. Caselton. .Mgr. 



rnilE VICTORIA U.NDERTAKING PAR- 
■i- lors, 577 Vales St., ox'perlenood In *to»i 
balmluK; fine i)arlora and -chapel. W. B. 
bmlth. M(,-r.. Phone , 892, ... . 



w. 



HANNA, U.N'UERTAKER — PAR- 
ors. 920 Yatea St. Graduato U. S. 
College of Embalming. Contractor to H. M, 
N.gvy, Of flee phone 498.' Res, iihone Oil. . al 



UPHOL'i9>rBRIlS'G -AKD fiEObM^lSG' 



STILES & SRAUP, CONTRACTORS FOR 
upholstering, removlnft and , jjacklng 



%TUOIjESAI.E :DBY GOODS^ 



rnURNBR-JJEETONvCO.,. LTD.. . WHOLE- 
-L sale ,di7- goods. ,lm'port*t;e .'andi manutac- 
turera .mea's lurnlahihgs, tenia. ."Big Horn" 
brand;'- ahlrta,' '0'i?dra{i8.'.-MilU' order; attdnded. 



WIIOLE^LE mNES ' 'ANP 'XIQUOItk 



rnURNER-BBETON CO.. LTD,. 'WHARP 
JL St.,' VlolortA-— Whqlesal« ehiy, all the 
leading brands°-ot<lliiuora!^|lllreet Importiira. 
Write for lists and •prtoi!fc --"-''v ' " 



WOOD Alkt> levMt 



WIILSON,3. A.I DlOAL3!It IN. ALL KINDS 
Of .%illlwood, "Wood, Vbltrk, otO. PdUr- 
loot lengths, pitr cord: stove lengths', 

S3. 00 double load. 326 John St. Phone 2073. 



CHEAP VUEL— TRY A HEAPING DOU- 
t)lc load of short cut mill wood; de- 
llvcrcd to any part 'of city at 33.00 C.O.D. 
by Cameron Lumber Co.. Ltd. Phone 910, 



WOOD FOB.8At.B 



LN, -WING ONi llOfl -QOVBBNUBNT BT. 
• Phone. 23. 



HOTEL DIRECTOfiY 



VANCOUVEit 



A 



LH A M B R A HO'l'EL MRS, 

& Sons, proprietors; R. D. Thomp- 



hotel. Situated In t 
.Modernly equipped 
:h a specialty. 1 
good whiskey. 



THOMP- 
). Thorn 
and Wat 
,'nncouviT'a llrst 
.Tt of the city, 
^hout. Midday 
.11 plan. Famed 



B. BLACK- 
ll-known and 
r hotel entirely rebuilt and refurnlsh- 
low open to Its patrons. Steam heat, 
jmmodlous rooms, llrat-claaa dining- 
room, best attention to comfort of gucsta. 
t^iicau plan il.io to fS.CO per dtu'. Euru- 
.. 818 , 'Waatmitiater 



(^EAH.S, F. —PAINTS, VARNISHES, 
O brushes; apeclalty of wallpaper, tho 
newest pnttorno. Give mo a call. Storo 
1S07 Douglaa atreet. Phone L-1084. 



undertake every brnnoh of tho painting 
and decorating buslhsaa and: guarantee aiit- 

lafaetlOfl. •*,'■' ' ••'i'';:f;j';'Wft''e-'-"'',' 



VATBN±8 AMit'tiE'GAL 



ROWLAND BRITTAIN. ; REGISTERED 
AttoYndy. Patents .inf'j BlI''' countries. 
Falrllald building, opposite P. ' O., Vanoou- 



I'LUMinNO AND OASnTTING 



C10LBHRT PLUMBING & HEATING CO., 
Ltd For first class workmanship In 

thd above line give .us a trial, Tsmporary 
office 766 Broushton St., Phone fi52. 



for mining an 
upwards, 
proprietors. 



-CORNER HAST- 
BtroetB. Headquarters 
erclal men, Rales (2 
Johnson & Stewart, 



HOTEL DOMINION-^WHEN YOU AR- 
rlvo at Vancouver take largo auto bus 
.vbioi. will lako you to this hotel free. Our 
Bi-rvlco Is '.ho best obtainable nt tho price. 
American plan. tl.GO to |2.00 por day. Auto 
makes one trip dally around Stanley Park. 
F. IJaynes, projirlolor. 



PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 



ART 



LESSONS IN OIL PAINTING, GIVEN IN 
evenings at pupils' own homes, or' by 
arrangement. Moderiito terms. 'Apiily C. 
T. Athorton, Corono l>ouse,'--Sou(las etroet 



BEM3MST8 



DR. LE-WIS HALL, DBHOTAli BtmOEbN, 
Jewell block, cornor^.TttteH ftnd Doug- 
las streeis. Victoria, B. .0. '!■ Telephones— 

Office. 557; ReBlJence, 12Z,', • 



BR. 11. J. HENDERSON,' D1SNT18T. LEE 
building, oorner Broad- and ' Johnson 
St!,. Phone 2300. . Otnce hours! $.30 0. m. 
to c 1*. m. Evenings by; appdintpient. -, - , 



WF. FRA8ER, / D> .'M, ■ J3.-OJP.nm 78 3 
• Tates St., aareeone; >t>l«tt1b'-, Onicc 
hours: 9,30 a. .m. to p,i.'ni. - • "'^ ... 



DBXaCtlVES 



B. 



. DETBCTtVB SERVICE, VANdOU- 
ver. Civil, criminal .and commorclal 
Investigations. It 8. Baron, Superinten- 
dent. Head offldd, Rooms tOI and 208, Crown 
building, Vancouver, ■ B. C. Phone 4202. 
Bloodhound trailers kept. 



PACIFIC DETECTIVE , AOBNOY— WILL 
got tho Informatioit tor. ypn. tlnder- 
takea all kinds o( legitimate detective work, 
ana , aooounts collaoted. All correspondents 
ana ,'' cooBUittitions etrlotiy ^ private. 909 
Government' atreet, phone 3lTl, 



OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT. 



O^ 



PBNING ANNOUNCEMENT— THE PA- 
_ . olflo barber shop. A first olaan onrbor 
shop will bo opened at flJT Fort street (one 
blook from OdVefnment) early lui.tt W( clc by 
Charles Oordon Steuart. Your patronage 
sclltlted. 



VBTERINAin.' SCIIOOtii - 



VBTERINAR-y OOL- 
ivav. v.afci»iMftue mailed free* Dr,* 
Keane,. ISlk Market stfeet , I 



SAN FRANCISCO 
lege. Catalogue 



LODGES AI\ID SOCIETIES 



A O, F, COURT NORTHERN LIGHT, 
-ti-i No. B935, meotfl at Foroatora' Hall, 
Broad , Btreet, 2nd and 4th Wedneadaya. "^V. 
F. FuUorton, secretary. 



KOP P., No. 1. FAR 'WEST LODGE, 
• Friday, K. of P. Hull. cor. Douglaa 
and Pandora atreots. J. U Smith, K. cf R. 
and S. Box 544. 



SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S. ALEXANDRA 
Lodge 110 meets lat and Srd Wednes- 
day, K, of P. Hall. W. Appleby,' Foul Bay, 
I<resldont| J. Crltohloyi Seeretary» Sidney, 



SONS OF BNaLAND,'PKiriB OX^^IBt^ND 
Lodge, A. O. F. Hall,' Broad • atreet, 
2nd' and 4th Tuesdays. Prealdent. C- Pom- 
croy, Victoria West. SncreUry, W. Dawaon, 
Head Street, Eaqulmalt. , - ■ i. . 



SOCIETY FOR TKB.- PRBVBNTtONf- OP 
cruelty to Animals:' '<Otfloe :-iaii -Brdad 
street. Phones, lnspeotol^'Ruasel,::192V:sec- 
rotary L2i43, - -T;. :." ^C^il-i- '^ 



CONDENSED ADVEfttlSliyG 



THE DEVEKEAUX E.Ml'LOYMBNT AND 

UlSNEItAL AOENCV. 
1000 l<'ort Street. ' Hours S.SO to 0.30. 
Tel. 441. 

'TV/ANTED — USEFUL YOUNG MAN FOR 
» V general outdoor work, Albernl. 



'ANTED — AT ONCE THREE BXPBHI- 
nced waitreaaea for first claas coun- 
try hotel. '■" ■ . ', ' 



\^rANTBD~.X«RL. *IFTBBN.-. YEARS-.'.TO 
> V take 'darev of baby tdir fetlr^ Weeks dHiy. 

Good wagea.' " 



W7ANTED— USEFUL GIRL AS MOTHERS 
» V help. One child, two years. 



\A;anted — TWO 

V> nialda experlenc 



HOUSE 
•d, (city.) 



\T7ANTED — CO.MPETBNT 
>V mntd (cniintry.) Wftgea J2C. 



HELP WANTHl) — JIALK 



WANTED FOR JORDAN RIVER CAMP. 
Experienced storekeeper. Apply Line- 
ham & Co., 1133 Yates struei. 



VT^A.N'TED — MAN TO WORK ON FAll.M 
>> must be food milker and tcamatcr. 
Coaler. ;-;wa]i Lak.- Duhy. ,'^naulcll Road. 



\A;.V.NTED — STO.NE .MASONS. APPLY 
I > I'urrill Droa, Cor Fernwood and Glad- 
stone, ave. 



EXPERIENCED MAN DESIRES PER.MA- 
nont employment on poultry and fruit 
farm or would take entire charge during ab- 
aencrt of owner. Box 294 Colonlat. 



\',V;ANTED — BUTCHER TO MANAGE 
>> smnll meat market. Box X.Y.Z. Colo- 
nlat. 



WANTED — WOOD CHOPPERS TO CUT 
100 cord, pine.and, fir wood.. All toola 
ttlrnlahed.. Will pay $1,25 per cord. M.'H. 
Murray; Otter Point, B: C" 



7ANTBD — BAKER'S HELPER. APPLY 
D. W. Hanbury, 705 Fort strent. 



WANTED — YOUNG MAN NOT OVER 18 
yeara of age ns collector. Reply stat- 
ing age, eto to Box ,21- Colonlsl. 



WANTED — A FARM HAND, ONE WHO 
-CBnvmilk.^t:.llolmca<A::raigftower bridge. 
Phoiie;lftiM7, . ,. m,T,»-i.> •;■'•'• 



G 



tRLS AND BOYS WANTED AT THE 

Colonist office for a tew months. 



HEI.l" WANTl;l)— -FE.M.VLE 



/"■lOOD GE.S'ERAI 
VJ eooklnfr. Apply 



WANTED.— ASSISTANT FOR THE AL- 
ex&'ndra club, dhily. fcom 6 to 10 p.m. 
Applr'Aletdndi'a dlUb.qli<>^ 



WANTBD-^TWO EJCPJSHIBNCBD WAIT- 
roasca. ''■Apply VIotni-la hotel. 



WANTED — ASSIST4?<T MATRON, Ap- 
ply to tho matron at tho British Co- 
lumbia Orphan's Home, between 2 and 4 p. 
m. or to 8 p.m. ■ 



WA.XTED — GIRLS l>8:rANDARD STE.\.M 
Laundry. 341 ^VjffV atroet. 



\7-OUNO OIRL 'FOR) LIGHT HOUSEWORK 
JL apply 806 Linden avenue. 



E 



vld 



ESPECTABLE MltlDLB'- AGBD 'VS'O- 
wanta situation ka hduettteoper to 
No objuotlon - to ' bhildren: -190 
lonlat. 



ANTED — NURSE .WITH A YEAR OR 
more cxperlenCei -iSalaiV. $30' per 
month. . Reforonco .reHttitftdl . Apply to •K. 
J. Dalby, secretary Union and Comoit Dis- 
trict hoBpltnl. 



YY/ANTED — <:o.\lPKTENT COOK, APPLY 

>V 2 to 2.30 11. m. und 7 to 7.30 p.m. to 

Mrs. F. Laiulalj.rK, 106 Medina atreet 
James Bay. 



THIRTY MORE 8DWLVO JiACHINE Op- 
erators wonted, ilcctde power Ina- 
chlncs,, eight hour doy,- Apply Turner 
Boeton & Co., factory, corner of Baallon 
and WhnrC streets, city. 



TWO CLERKS FOR CANDY DEPART- 
ment also one for ice cream pkrlor. 
short hours, apply Bancroft, Palaoo Of 

H'Aeets, Government street. 



WANTED — A NURSERY GOVERNESS. 
Apply Mrs. J. S. H. Mntaon, Mount 
Adelaide. Esquimau, between the hours of 
11 a.m. and 1 p.m. 



WANTED — A FEW GOOD GIRLS AT 
Colonist bindery at once. Experienced 
preferred. .. 



SITDATIONS WANTED— 3MtAl,K 



XT^ANTED — .\NY POSITIO.N OF TRUST 
> V by man of middle age. Good educa- 
tion. Blrletly teinperale, best city refcrencea. 
Keeurliy If required. Apply Box 314 Colo- 
nial. 



VT^ANTED— SITIIATIO.N' ON FARM OR 
T> poullrv ranch by stea{ly reliable man. 
John Till, Vancouver Poatofflce. 



MAN AND WIFE WISH PLACE WITH 
fanner, mixed farndng, frull-growInK, 
or poultry ralNluR. JuBt from England. Wo- 
man good housekeeper nnu experienced la 
drensmaklnK. Box 260 Colonial. 



yOUNG MAN— SCOTCH, EXPERIENCED 
all branches tailoring buainesa, aaica- 
matt, cutter, fltten 'atile/io"pttt aitaratlona 
on rendy-mades. Require* poaltlon. Box 

24 Colonist. 



ANTED— LITTLE STHADr ' JOB ONE 
to 6 i>.m. by young Japaiieae. Jack' 617 

Herald Street, city. 



SITUATIONS WAN'f'!:i>— FKMALE 



YOUNG .MARRIED WOMAN WISHES 
few half-day's house olennliig each 
oek, Boulton. 904 Pandora. 



7[rANTED— I'LALN SEWlNO OR MEND- 
* Ing by tho day. Box 297 Colonlat. 



\;\/'ANTED— YOUNO ENGLISH WOMAN 
»» deslrcB poat as nuree. attendant or 
companion help. Dlsengnged end of June. 
HIghast references. Box 262 Colonist, 



CONDENSED- ADVERTISING 



ITIOR RENT— .MODERN ' FhtB" ROOMED 
' house In James Bay. rent' 330., Apply 
Homo Grocery, corner Mentle* & Niagara 
streets. ■ 



rr\0 LET FOR BUMMER MONTHS OR TO 
X lease for year or more, furnished house, 

largo garden. Apply 326 Colonist. , - - 



TO LET— H.MALL FURNISHED COTTAGE 
by the sea, Aiiply 325 Colonist office. 



TO RENT— FUUNI8HED OR UNFURN- 
Ishefl now »ovcn-room-house, hot and 
cold water electric lleht, sower, basement. 
Close to car and town. Apply 730 Prin- 
cess avenue, .J ' 



TO LET FOR SUMMER - MONTHS >WELL 
furnished six room bungalow.'' close- .to 
oar and park. Apply 1020 PendergostSt. 



BEAUTIFULLY FURNIBHKD SEVEN 
room house for rent, .three months or 
longer,' JBO. Apply 1210 Fdrt street. • 



YOUNG LADY— ENGLISH, DBSIRES Po- 
sition oa nurao companion, could travel. 
260 Colonlat. • - , - "s;. 



WANTEt>— LlGHt HOUjSBWORK OH 
plain . - - 

aide road. 



plain aowing, Mri. Glit'v'eri 401 Burn- 



TEACHERS WA:MTE1>. 



WANTED— SCHOOL TEACHERS, f65 
por month, must havo normal train- 
ing, fltate experience, ago, etc. Applica- 
tions to bo In by 30th Juno. N. A. Morrl- 
Bon, secretary, Ladysnllth, B. C. 



WANTED FOR THE NORTH SAANICH 
municipality: Principal, En'ot Ward 
hool, aalary J7U per month; aaalstflnt. 
East Ward school, salary 460 per month; 
tdftchor West Ward achool, salary $66 per 
month. Appllcatlona must be addroaaod to 
J. M. NorriB, aocretary, Sidneyr, Bi • O. 
ami be In my handa on or before the laat 
Saturday In Juno 



AGENTS WANTED. 



WANTED— AN HNiSRGKTIC MAN 26 TO 
35 to repreBciit a largo eastern manu- 
facturer In Victoria and vicinity. To one 
ho can qualify a most liberal contract will 
made on salary or salary and commlcalnn 
Adiireea Box 328 Colonlat,^. '.!-.- 



DRBliBiUKINa;- 



T\REBSMAKINO— 0?A1M>BBD. VBUITB A 
Ju/ apeclalty;-,-; MlB«:.Cftli,;'Oralg(loVr«r-Kd,« 
oBpoalte Ami; ' • ■• ' ' 



flMtB MISSES BODERTS, 29 MENHIE3 
atreet. Phono Ln27. 



UP-TO-DATE DRBBSMAKINQ PARLORS. 
Ladles' blousaa and children's clothing 
a apeOlalty. ' ]i{«om ti' Challonef block, Tates 
litrest. ' ■ 



To RENT- TWELVE ROOM BOARDING 
house, 13 boarders, five minutes from 

city hall. 219 Colonist. 



TO LET — FURNISHED, FOR TWO 
montha, from first .luly tho resldencs 
known as "Tho Barn" fronting oh Quaml- 
chon lake, Duncans, has ono large living 
room, five bedroomB, kitchen, pantry, bath- 
room, ■ extra wido land verandah, facing 
lake, and detached room fer Chinaman or 
Jap. .Uae of horae and cart and cow in good 
milklngi: alao vegetable: -garden.- 'Bent 360 
por mpnthpayabie'ln- advance.'.- Apply Mrs. 
Prevbat'.V'The Born',^ Buttcank, 



mo •LET-rrFUBNISKBO - COTTAGES ON 
, X'; Oallae ^ road, n i Apply.. il04.', Dallaal . road. 
Mi'a. M. R. smith.' ' .f: ,. . ■ . . • 



TO LET— FURNISHED COTTAGB' AT.;L123 
Vuneouver street, also 'tom'e .iturniahed 
housekeeping rooms, modem.. '. Bmtul^d , ' 
1120 Vancouver street. 



TO LET— Si:C-ROOMBD KOUBE, AND 
one cottagei At>ply liBi '.Yates .Rt, 



PODLTRV AMD LIVESTOCK 



SALE— ONE 

le. Apply 
atlng Station. 



GOOD WORKING 
D James Ferguaon, 



•tXT-ANTED— FOR MONTH OR TWO 
V\ horae for Its keep, good paaturo, o 

w-anled to use onco or twice a week, good 
home. Apply 325 C'olonlst. 



7ANTED— A HOnsE SUITABLE FOR 
riding and driving. Apply 322,t;or 



FOR SALE— JERSEY COW, 1716 DAVINE 
Btrent. 



77\OR SALE— 3Vj YEAR OLD , GELDING, 
Apply 641 Harblnu 



nger Ave. i*hone L173.'i 



1^-^OR SALE— IMPROVED YORKSHIRE 
awino, registered and eligible for n-y 
iBtratlon. Kxtra choice spoolmens both Bex,-! 
for sale. Apply Ed. Ilarrap Bearfoot farm 
Mt. Tolmlo, B. C. 



FOR SALE— TWO Y0I:NG DF.LIVEIIV 
■ horses. J. G. McKay, Keating I'.O. 



IriOR SALE— FIVE HU.\'I3RED Y'OU.NC 
■ chlekena. Prloo from 10c up. Will 
aell nt n bargain to nny one taking th 
lot. Apply 2042 Sh'elbourne slreet. 



QILVER LACED WYANDOTTE HENS 
•O for sale at 32 each. W. W, Bullock 
Salt - Spring Island. 



TjlOR SALE-ZTBAM ' HACKNBY HOR.SES. 
X' yoilng, I'prlse winners; Victoria' carrlaRo, 
and new double set harneaa. 957 North 
Park.,. 



OR SALE CHEAP— A YOKE OF WELL 
broken oxen. Apply P. M. South 



ITIOR HALE— TEA.M HOIiSF.S 8. A.ND 
L yeara old. w-eicrht about 1350 Iba. Alao 3 
■i-ar old draft filly. F. Turgoose, Snnn 



FOR RALE— HEAVY DRAUGHT HORKl- 
Norman Perechon breed, weight about 
1.650. .J. Y. Orlffln & Co., Ltd. 



noon AND BOARD. 



'IT/'ANTED- PAYING GUESTS FOR SUM 
>V me(v.ln beautiful home iicar sea. Box 
2S1 cnloniat. ■ , • -- - ' ! ^-"-' ' 



■VyO CHARGE FOR FINDING YOU ROOMS 
i-> and board. Seo our Hat.' 'Warburtoh 
& Co., 909 Governinenl street. 



B 



OARD AND RESIDENCE AT 69 IMEN- 
atreet. near, town, beach and car. 



HOLLIES — 750 COURTNEY, (LATE 
Ilae) ■ Tel. LIOIO. Room and board. 
TerniB .Moderate. Mlaa Uoll. 



SA.XONHURST— PRIVATE ROOMS, AND 
hoard, piano, telephone, good garden, 
517 Government streot. near parliament 
buildings. 



DERRAVARAGH. ESqUIMALT ROAD— 
private board and robms. Terms' mod-^ 
orate. BoBUtlfUIly situated noar sea. -Phone 

L726. 



IriURNISHSD ROOMS WITH BOARp 
■ Engllah cooking, moderate plrlcea Close 
to car. 153 MenzlOB street. - - 



ACME ROOMS. 716 TATES ST. ROO.MS 
.'by dar." weeic or month .at- reasonabia 
ratea on application. ' ' • 



LOST AND FOUND 



I' OST— MOND.W .MORNING, JUNE 20 A 
J leather pocket Look with aome five dol- 
lar notes, name of J. Sutherland Mattorson, 
Union Club engraved on leather. Reward. 



LOST- SMALL WHITE DOG ANSWERS 
to name of Fritz. Return to 921 Fort 
street or telophone ii20. 



LOST— SATURDAY LAST ON YATES OR 
Douglaa streot. Parcel nf gents fur- 
nlrhlnga. Finder pleno.' return to B. Wll- 
llanlB ,t Co.. Yatea street. 



L 



OHT— ON FORT STREET OR OAK BAY 
avenue a gold brooch, whip and horao- 
pattern. Reward at 1610 Belcher Ave-. 



LOST— LADIES DU-I3LE CAKE. litJl-D 
watch either on JohoHon. Co')k nr I'orl 
BtrectB. Reward for recovery at 11G3 .lolin- 



■T nsT — ON GOVERNMENT OR YATES 
J-j Btreeta a Hawaiian Ualt-doliar brooch, 
finlalied In blue eniimel. Finder .re-B'arded 

at i:'.2() DoUKlas street. 



LOST— O.N THE lOTH INST. POCKET 
book containing large sum of money, 
cheques . and papers. }60 reward offered. 
Return to Colonlct Box 269. 



LOST ON WEDNESDAY LAST. .PA^ICBL 
containing black binuse and other 
small articles. Finder pleaao rdturn to 
CoU.nlst. 



LOST— A BLACK A.ND WHITE FIELD 
gpanlel, name Dlxl, with owners name, 
Goldatream B. c. on collar. Please return 
to 1-109 Douglaa street or Phone R807. Re- 



LOST— JUNE 7. BETWEEN VICTORIA 
and EBqnlm.ilt, allver watch and chain 
engraved on Inalde, the name of W. B. Mar- 
tin. Reward for return to Colonlat. 



LOST— TEN DOLLAR GOLD. PIECp , OE*P 
gent's fob. Five dollars reward. Ap- 
ply 1068 Chamberlain St. 



TO LET— IIOCSKKEEPING KOOMH 



TO RENT— FURNISHED HOOSBKEEP- 
Ing rooms, desirable home. 1170 Yates 
Btrcot. ■ 



UNFURNISHED. HO.USBKBEPINO BOOMS 
to rent, centra], aiid- modern including 
Hot and Cold wateP(*tid--Ii»Ht4 . " Apply 70tf 
Yntea. 



rno RENT- A SUITE OI 
-L nlshcd houBckeepIng 



OF NICELY PUR- 



rnO RENT— UNFUR'NIBHBD HOUSE- 
-L Itceplng Buitoa new, modern. 628 
Johnson street. 



PRINCE RUPERT HOUSE ' BASTION 
square. Under new management fur- 
nished housekeeping and aln^lo rooms 
Breakfast It desired. ,> 



TO RENT— TWO -UNFURNISHED HOUSE 
keeping rooms and furnished bedroom, 
339 Kingston stroct. 



WANTED— TO RENT. 



WANTED— TO LHABE— SIX • OR ..SEVEN 
room hoaii4N,tvltt^i(twOilotC<pr.>More for 
keeping ohlekeiJ^a«^|M8.;^ .Colo- 



\XMNTBD— SMALL ROOM ON GROUND 
VY fidor or part d( store, central, -atate 
tqcattoi)- andt^rent. Apply 302 Colonist. "^'jj 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



BUSINESS CiliVNOES 



WANTED— PARTNER, GENTLEMAN OR 
lady, with small capital, to push arti- 
cle already on tho market. Big profits, easy 
time, chttnco of a lifetime. Box 301 Colo- 
nlat. 



FOR SALE — GOOD PAINT SHOP AND 
paporhanglng huslneas, going concern. 
3E00 will handle this, balance easy t,<n'ms. 
H. O. Case, Law Chambers, Bastion St. 



TTIOR SALE— LAUNDRY AND LOT ON 
i' SlmcoB street, block 29, lot 20 triangle 
shape. Prloo f3,700. Apply 1709 Gov't St. 



TO LET— FURNISHED ROOMS, 



FURNISHED BEDROOM TO LET, CLOSE 
In, to lady. Rent J2.B0 per week. Ap- 
ply Box 273 Colonist. 



ICE FURNISHED ROOMS, BATH AND 
every convenience. Apply 820 Pnn- 



rpo LET— FURNISHED BEDROOMS, ;'-92B 
JL JohnBOn Btreet. ^i.-, 



I (BURNISHED BEDROOM TO LET WITH 
breakfast. 334 Michigan street. Phone 
L1440. 



WELL FURNISHED ROOMS ALSO 

housekeeping rooms to lot.- Electric 

light, hot und cold, bath, central. '813 Fort 

street. - 



UNDER , NEW MANAGEMENT— APART- 
ments::'witti - Or' Wlthotit board. 617 
Government. •' • ■ ' 



rno LET— COMFORTABLT FURNISHED 
-L front rooms witii use of kitchen It re- 
quired. 328 .Michigan street, James Bay. 



I7I0R RENT— TWO FURNISHED ROOMS 
best part Fort streot. Every conveni- 
ence. Apply 1190 Fort street 



FURNISHED ROOMS, SUITABLE FOR 
two, modern, new house. Breakfast It 
desired. 321 .Michigan atreet. 



rno RENT- 
X rooma. 8 
preHS hotel. 



rnilE O.VKS— COIt.NER BLA.NCIIAllD AND 
-I- Colllnson atreeta. Tho only modern 
rooming house In Victoria. Plvo minutes 
from poat office and all boats. Hot and 
oold running water and private telephono 
In each room. Rents from $10 per month 
uii. 



A 



COMFORTABLE 
BVlItnble for one 
820 I'andora sir 



110 LET— FUHNIKHED ROO.MS, EVERY 
convenience, Blngle or en auito. 944 Fort 



WANTED— JIISCELLANEOUS 



\:\7ANTBD— NICELT FINISHED LAUNCH 
11 hull from 25 to SO feet. Apply Em- 
press Boat house. > 



ANTBD-S-3300. ON GOOD SECURITY 
at 8 per cent. Box 309 Colonist. 



WANTED— GROCERY STORE FOR CASH 
Correspondence strictly -. oontldentlal. 
Apply Box 314 Colonist. . -. 



N ENGLISHMAN WOULD LIKE TO 
. moke the acquaintance of a lady. 
9t he refined. Box 326 Colonist. 



AN ENGLISHMAN WILL- GIVE LB8- 
sons in -horsemanship and uae of two 
horses for summer for board and expenses. 

Stephenson's Riding Seliool, Tacoma, Wash. 



w 



ANTED — CARE OF CHILD, A.VY AGE, 
gooil liome. 277 Colonist. 



TED— TO HIRE A TEAM OF WORK 
irses with driver. Apply tho Van- 
lalund Power Co., Victoria, B. C.| 



M 



ISS M. NYLAND, PUBLIC STE.N'O- 
graphcr, Drlard hotel. Correspondence 



done on. shortest' notlcei. 



TT/ANTBD — TO EXCHANGE FOR ABOUT 
I' a month, house In town for one In 
country. From about July 10. — Bo.n 2.',S 
Colonlat. / 



A^ 



EXPERIENCED TUTOR IS PRE- 
pared tej;recelye delicate or .J>ackward 



hoys as puplls'at his restdenco in 'the 
try. 173 Colonist office. 



PlJPILS" COACHED IN MATRICULATION 
subjects; by university graduate, at- 
tcrnoona or evenings. Esquimau. . Terms 
moderate. Apply Box 83 Colonist. 



\A 7 A N T E D— T Y PB WRITING.- .INf Ci SPAR E 
I > time, reasonable rates. Apply "K" 1703 
Lillian Road City. 



BAGGAGE PRO.MPTLY- HANDLED AT 
■ current rates by the Victoria Transfer 
Co., Phono 129. OffloD open night and day. 



\NTED— TO PURCHASE, . OLD MA- 
hoga'ny furniture, ofoeka. "grahdfather 
clocks, coins, stamps, etc A A, Aaronson, 

85 Johnson Btreet. 



\7tTANTED— SCR.\P BRASS. COPPER, 
\y rlnc, lead, caflt Iron, sncka and all 
kinds of bottles and rubb,-r; hlglK-st cash 
prices paid. Victoria Junk Agency, 1C20 
Store street. Phone 1336. 



ANTIQUE JEWELI-HY, DIA.MONDS. E.N- 
gravlngs and pletures bought and sold. 
Mrs. A. A. Aanmson. ,S5 .lohnson street. 



MII-iCELI.ANEOUS. 



rniiB PSYcmc research society 

-L will hold an Ice cream and Btrawberry 
social on Thursday, 23rd, in Forester's Hall 
Broad atreet, above MeSton's Carriage shop. 
.\dmIsaIon lOo. All ore welcome. 



STRAWBERRY AND ICE CREAM so- 
cial at .Congresatlonal church,- Wedn- 
esday, 22n'd. Admlaaion including atraw- 
berriea and cake 2Bc. Excellent programme 
will bo rendered. 



VICTORIA WINDOW CLEANING CO., 
'721 Fort street. Contracta taken by 

we(!k or month. 



qi-:i-:tciii.mg 

lO aketchlng 



Fl'.U.M n.-\ture— r,ADl p; 
for July, Aitifust. Olh 
watercolors, tcrma moderate, private lea 
auna, schools visited. Particulars of ^^ 
-Mlddleton. AS. AM. Diploma -Board o 
l-:ducntion, England. Box 260 Colonlat. 



MRS. C. H. W'ESTCOTT WISHES TO 
thank her many friends for tholr 
kind Kympathy In her late bereavement. Al- 
ao for floral offerings. 



STUMP PT.TT.r.IilRH AND ANY TOOLS RE- 
quired for land clearing, logging etc.. 
Free trial. Prices and terms apply The Du- 
creBt Slump Puller and Tool manufacturers, 
466 Burnsldo road, Victoria B. C, 



LET US SHOW YOU OUR UP-TO-DATE 
method of lawn-mower grinding. H. 
M. Wilson, 014 Cormorant St., Market Bldg. 
Phono IVIS 



RE.MOVAL NOTICE- THOMAS CATTER- 
all, builder and general contractor, hai 
removed to 931 Fort street, above Quadra. 

Tel. 820. 



GREEN HOUSES- FLAT BOTTOM BOATS, 
long ladders, stepr. meat safe, dog 
houses in stock and made to order. Jones, 
Capital Carpenter and Jobbing Factory, 1O03 
Vancouver and Tates street. 



FOR SALE— MISCELLANEOUS 



■T.-IOR SALE— LARGE NAVY BELL TENTS 
X' almost new and rainproof. Sladlluigen, 
Indian Trader, 79 Johnaon atreet. 

OR SALE— NAVY HAMMOCKS, CLEAN 
almost now. $1. Stadthagen, l:i- 
dlan Trader, 70 Johnaon streot. 



inoR SALE— STRONG WICKER BABY 
JU carriage, rubber tlree. Price }3.00 .Good 
condition. Martin, 1712 Cook street. 



FIRST CLASS COLUMBIA RIVER SLOOP 
30x9, cabin, flflhlockers, etc., complete 
ready for work. Faat sailor. , At anchor in 
Shoal Bay ori, appiyj J&fBlanoy. Poatofflce, 
Oak Bay. ;Vlotorla^>'«»-gaii^<'/-rf:!-:-^ ■ ;. . ' ,-- ■ 



FOR SEVENTT-PIVB DOLLARB- LIGHT 
lauheh, good Bound hull, I6ftx4ft8. l 
h.p. engine. Quick If you want It. Lees' 
Boathoaae, Jamea Bay. 



F 



OR SALE— TWO SEATED LIGHT 
spring WRgon, very llttio used. Apply 
Skinner, EBquIniuR road. 



SOUTH AFRICAN SCRIPT FOR SALE— 
Lecming Broa., Ltd., 524 Fort streot, 
phono 748. 



TTIOR SALE — GRAND PIANO, 
Kapa. Coat Jl,500. »6B0. 
condition, 177 Colonlat. 



FOR SALE— TENT 10x12 IN GOOD 
order, lady's bioyolo nearly now. In- 
quire 046 Superior, between 9 and 12 a.m. 
or six to eight p.m. 



FOR SALE — SPLIT CEDAR POSTS, S. 
, MoCuUaUBh, Heahl P.O. 



I'UBLIO NO TICE 



ON AND AFTER THE FIR-ST OF JULY 
1910, the stage tars to Metchoiln 'will 
ba 75 cents each way. Signed, Metohosin 
atagea 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



TO ItENT 



FOR ItENT— TWO STOREY AND BASB- 
ment brick warehouse, fitted with elevator 
No. 510 Johnson Btreet. Apply A. G. Sar- 
Klson, Room 1. Promls block or 238 Monzlos 
street. 



rpo LET— CAMPING TENTS, BOARDED 
-L Bides and floor, sandy beach. Apply 

325 Colonlat. , , 



B 



OOTBLACK STAND TO RENT, APPLT 

Inlon hotel. 



rpo LET — ROO.MS AND OFFICE APPLY 



rpo RENT--LAROB .MODERN OFFICES, 
-L with hot and cold water, atcam heat, 
electric llghu 628 Johnson street. 



I710R RENT— MODERN OFFICES AND 
- furnished rooms. Bannerman & Horn 
building, corner Broad and- Johnaon Bt, 
Opeaa .luno 10th. Steam heat, hot and cold 
water In each room. . 



r\7iANTBlJhr-CHBAP, ■ • VACANt ■ • LOTS, 
VV within Uha oltyfillmita.. Work BBtate. 
preferred.''-'"We'have-buyera Marriott & FaUi^ 
lows, CIS TroUnce aVenue, '.• 



V\7ANTBD— ONE OR TWO BUILDING 
V> lots In neighborhood of Hillside Ave. 
Blackwood and Prior atreeta. Apply Colo- 
nist Box No. 287, giving prIOe and terms. 



AND WANTED— 040 ACRES NSAR FT. 
George. OlVe prlcea and location. Poat- 

ice box 2'JO. 



T'T/ANTED— S.MALL ACREAGE WITH 
» » good six roomed houso or bungalow 
near Victoria. Roply with full parllculara to 
"Occupier" 2136, Fifth Ave, West, Vancou- 
ver. Owners only. 



I'ltOl'EBTY FOB SALE 



I— CASH, BOYS OUTRIGHT A 3 
roomed cottage ond lot 60x132 
ultlvated, lust outBlde olty limits. War- 
o.. U09 Government street. 



liu 



SIX ROO.MED COTTAGE, ALL MODERN, 
lot 40x147 (larger If required.) Special 
bargain. Eaay terms, $2300. AlBO nice level 
lot, no rock, close to beach and car on 
which I would build house to suit purchaser. 
Cheap, easy terms. Apply owner, 1828 



iriOR SALE- 



V SNAP IF TAKEN AT 
acres adjoining city limits, 
d car line, on Baanleh Road. 



17\ULL SIZED LOT AS EBQUIMALT FOR 
-L? Bale. |6B0 on terma or fSOO cash. 2T4 

Colonist. . . * _ ! : ': 

OR SALE— TEN AORB8. ,, iilX-. MILBB 
out, buildlnga, eto. Value (|iOOO,- three, 
acres in crop and garden, .etO; ^ Good water.; 
supply. Price 34,000.' Must bo: «dld. in- reW; 

days. Apply Box 28B':CoiOhlat,'^-' :i;;' a-:; ,'; : -.^ 



'VTOTICB TO REAL BSTAtCB /; ASBNTB 
-IM Lots 27 and iSf corner ' bfi OitcheaB and 

Leighton, have been Bold'by E,- Child & CO. 



rT^ORT GEORGE 
L' .t Coy, 



TOWNSITE— E. CHILD 



SEVENTY ACRES, COMPRISING 16 
cleared thoroughly, 10 slaahtd in paa- 
turo, 15 aider bottom, balance bush, wells 
and .creek, six room frame house, commo- 
dious barn, other buildlnga. Two miles aea, 
one mile atore, poatoftide and sohooi.. Frtoe 
$5,000, atock, eto: ■''•It- desired: Apply.'i"Bilnf; 
garton'^ Maple' Bay,, Variceuyer.Ia^d.','".^:';; \ 

LOT 00 FOOT FRONTAGE ON BLANCH- 
ard atreet by 120 on Pembroke op);ioalta 
V. & B, termlnala. 33,500. G. L. 'VowerS, 
room 0, Bownass bldg, 1112 Broad street: ' 



TTIORT GEORGE TOWNSITE— E. CHILD 



MILL BAY—FIFTY ACRES GOOD LAND 
-With 'one-eight mile ' aea. frontage: good 
beaohi near neiv -tininlC'.roadi';3H'Btltei 'from 
Cobble Hill station. 245 Colonist. 



"TTIOR SALE— A GOOD BUY'. FINE HIGH 
J- lot, Kingston slreet, 60x120, near par-" 
llament buildings. Only $1,750 terms. E. C, - 
B. Bagahawe & Co., 1112 Broad atreet. 



ITIOR SALE— LILIAN STREET, JUST OFF 
. Fairfield road car lino and close to 
Foul Bay. j Large corner lot. Only. 3700, 
terms. E:';- C. B. Bagahawe- -jk -Co., 1113 
Broad atreOt'-,',-', ■>r,('v.vi,;'!-'' -.V ;:Vfo(V,-;, •.».■-.. .-, 



T,-\OR SALB-^BELMONT AVENUE, TWO 
X corner lota cheap. Apply Perry MiUti, 
city. ■• ; I',;-,:', 

I HAVE A PEW CHOICE LOTS IN PORT; 
Albernl, beautifully aituatedt ho,-,->roolc 
Only-halt ^tinlIe'iifrom,\asep:;'*ateA<>!>.CtoTnOra 
3200,,<! inalde IISO,- ':.'ea<yi,'.Herma- sTheM- 'are 
worth Inveatlgatlngr. Apply 199' Colonlst.v 



FORT GORGE— WE URGE YOU TO BUY 
In Fort George Ton-nalto. Roincmbor 
wo aro not offering to you an outlying sub- 
division or addition. See us at onoe. E. 
Child & Co,, . Room 9, 707 Mi Y'ates street 
Phono 953. 



F 



OR SALE— THREE SPLENDID LOTS, 
feel frontage with corner. Cash or 
\pply 318 Oswego street. 



F 



OR SALE— FIVE ACRES, GLANFORD 
ave. Seven roomed house, 100:, .friiitK 



Crease A Crcanj'r 



SMALL FARM— BOUtM ; • ■ SaJUHOH; 'tV, 
miles from VleteHa' £tt>maln road. 28 
acres, pretty Six rooniied>''b'jnga]ow, recently 
painted Inside and- out apring water on 
houae, barns. Btablea.- -five chicken houses, 
200 fruit , trees,- 1,000 . strawberries, kitchen, 
garden, alt small fruits, about six acros In 
oats and peas and seeded down to cloror 
and grass. 60 chickens, ducks, throe Incu- 
bators, brooders, good family cow nnd a 
quantity of farm Implements. A ganulna 
golnB concern. JS.OOO takes Immediate poa> 
ecEBlon, Prlco JT.OOO, 10 years to pay tha';' 
balance, Apjily J. K. Colonial office. 



REAL ESTAT* 



A. WILLIAMS & CO., LTD. 



704 Vntes Street. 



Pbcns 1388. 



SEVENTY ACRES, WITH GOOD COT- 
tage, stable and ohicken houa*. only 
seven milea from city, good roadi, good <wat>;. 
er, nice location, cheap 34,000. ' i'' ■' ■-.■; ■:.•;•- 



F 



ARM— 34 ACRES, FINEST OF ■ BOIL, 
ed. imder crop, good houae : and 
thulldlngs, conalderablo stock, four mllaS 
jni city. Sl.->,000, good terms. 



rnWISNTY LOTS, AT {200 PER LOT, HIGH 
X dry. good land, fine view. 



rilHIRTEEN ACRES, FINE SOIL,'NEARLY 
JL nil cleared, nice new houso, good out- 
buildings, good orchard, a bargain at >8,600. 



"V'ATES STREET, GOOD BUILT, AND 
well arranged five room cottage, and 
ing.'Iarge lot, closo to hlsh school, only 

» V 2V . . 



THE CAP!TAi:ciTy;;REALTY 

Real EHlnte, Financial and Insurance Agent* 

018 Yntea Street, I'hone 2102. v 

\\J A T E R FRONTAGE— WEST BAY, 
11 beautiful lot, fifty feet frontage. Prioa 
Jl,400, terms. , , . . 



WELLINGTON PLACE SUBDIVISION , 18 
going faat, are you in on It. If you 

are not you wiint to hurry or you will bo 
late. Call at tho office any time. Wo will 
show you the beat buy In the clty^ 



VICTORIA WEST WATEBFRONTAOE 00 
feet frontage, tO.OOO, feood tctms.- 



THE CITY BROKERAGE 

1218 Douglas St, (oppnslto Merchants Bank) 

PHOTOGRAPHS OF ALL OUR HOUSES 
for Bale. Como In and aee. 



1:;-^IVE ROOM COTTAGE, ON CAR LINE, 
-1^ largo rooma In good order, splendid 
garden and fruit treca. Full alied lot. 1600 
cash, balance eaoy. ?2,000. 



FIVE ROOM COTTAGE, ALL MODERN. 
Every convenience, cement aldewalks. 
close to car and sohooi, Adjoining lot 
valued at $660. House rents for |17 per 
month. 3800 cash, baloi^ce arranged. 31875. 



CMclNTOSH 



Real Estate and Financial \geni, 
Molion BIdK,, GoTemment BIreeti - Victoria 
U. C. Telephone 1740. 

A SPLENDID NEW FIVE ROOMED COT- 
.iJt- tago, full basom(jnt,- C6mont floor, fur- 
nnoo and all modern. Only 33,600, terma 
easy. 



Advertif>e In THE COLONIST 



Tuesday, June 21, 1910. 



VICTORIA I3AILY COLONIST 



17 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



• ; C; H. RICHARDSON 

61S JTort Htri'cl, Kuom 1. 
^^DUV lorla West. 



$0:000-^;; 



NI- 



XlnB^aru atreut, oar line. 



Oak Day avcnup. 



FIVE ' iROO&IS; 



wCKo Htrect, Jamcu Bay. 



Ham street, Victoria West. 



$2850- 



O 



FFUnS FOR ANY OF THE ABOVE 
proportlCB will alwas'a he. ontortalnotl. 



a'^WO ACRES' •OULTIVATBD I.AXD AT 
■ Alboro avenue near Mt. Tolmic, t2,S0O. 
fSOO cash, balance to suit at seven per cent. 



BRITISH AMERICAN TRUST 



$500- 



$1500 



,— CORNER ON COOK STREET. 



nOO.M FI.'RNISHED 

I'nttUKo on Cook Btrcet. 



Ook nay avenue. Ten 



<jl;v< nrjA— FOR ONK OP THE PRKTTIKRr 
«]P^tV/UU homea In city, six rooms, very 
ortiatle In arrangement and finish. 



THE GLOBE REALTY CO, 



Boom 7; Mahon BIk. 




<si p;nn~i"--'^'^ ''^^"■^ acres of i^axd 

«IP-LtJUU on Coldstream road, mostly 
cleared and good for farming purposes, 
afaout„3Q0 yards from the nearest railroad 
■tetlon.^clty water la being laid on the prop- 
nerty.,y;.yerm«. . 



-BUYS X LOT ON DBNMAN ST. 
size 42x115, nigh and dry. Terms 



561 nnA— THE PRICE EACH OF TWO 
^J-VVU .'lots on King's Road near Prior 
Btreet„slxo. of each 60x120. Terms. 



HINKSON SIDDALL & SON 



.•OI'NE i4BVBt. LOT, bVBRLOCKINO CITY 
nice vlow of water and mountains. 100 

Ifft, iron'.ngc. Prlcf »I,i>oi^ on i-usy tirmti. 



•VTK-'Ii WATKR I'-liO.NT l.OT.S HAAMCH 
X\ srm ni'ni :silll llav. Just tlio placo :o 
Fpond tho BUniniL-r vacation. Price ?225. eu.iV 
li rins to suit. 



W'k HAVE A .MCU PIKCK OF WATKU- 
front property at Cordova Bay. Price 
;2,S00 easy terms. 



E. HENDER'S'ON & CO 

Sylvester Block, Room 0!in, "U Yates Street 

CJi^nAA— nCV.'; .\ NICK HOME ON A 
(JP^vl/U Koort street. .Small cash payment 
)i.-.ilance at seven per cent. 



Ci/) AArt— BUYS A PINE HOUSE CLOSS. 
(JpTcUW" to car and all modem conveni 



[•nees, just newly built. 



(»-| pr n A A— WIT.I. BUY IH ACRES ON 
tJpXt), UUU Quadra street, with s-ood 
house and all the modern conveniences. 
Come at once and avoid tho rush. 



DAVIES & LIST 

Real Estdte nna CommlssloB AKents, 615 
Vatcs Ktrcot, Pbuno 183. 



$4000-^;, 



ACRES CUhTIVATBD, 7 
111(1 lionse, bams, chicken 
lt< r Hlll)pl>-. 



postofflce, Victoria. 



'II' I 



-\\y, HAVE GOOD i'Uril'o.Si- 
tinns to olfcr you, cnm(> In .-uul 
SCO US. Our office Is always open for liual- 
ness. day and nlKlii. 



■J- 



SCOTTISH R_EALTY CO, 

street. 

"I^-^OR I.M.MEDIATE OCCUPATION— REA 1. 
-i cstiite Inislneaa. splendid location, laiije 
loom eoniplel.ly furnl.ilicd. with maps, two 
cli skfl. carpet, clinlrs, Hat of properties. Trice 
il laltcui liiinKillatflv }ir>ii. 



k^EVIO.V nOO.M IIOI-.SIO IN OAK BA V 
yj. dietrlcl. larKc Ii.ilinclliil rnc. ptlon Mali, 
bathroom, furnace, i-.ui.iit floor in Imse- 
ment. largn balconv. .•.■Micnt lencc In front 

Of house. Lot r>0.\lL'0. Price $l.,soo 



FOUL. BAY — I,OT 50x240, 100 FT. FltON- 
'tage on road. Price J8B0, J370 cash. 
Balance iiO jt^r mpmh- 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



HEWLINGS^vCOjlt^^^ 

IIO> Broad Street. -'. 'Fhon* ITSt. 

^•J^gQ— PER ACUB WATERFRONT. 



$50- 



in mlleB nut. 



*H!1 QP\n — COTTAGE ,O.VB JIINUTB 
tlpXOOU walk from car, James Bay. 



S150- 



-PER ACRE FOR 100 ACRE IM 
proved farm, Saanlch. 



pTA CHOICE LOTS AT. ALBBRNI, . FROM 
JlOO to'»200.,ea:Ch -i/ 



150 



LEE AND ERASER 

Real ICslnto and Insurance Agents, Trounce 



$5500- 



Avt 

—WILL PL'IK.'II.VSE A MODERN 
roonictl two iitnr\' hou 
getlier Willi two corner lots well situated 
near Ihi? Dallas road, the hou.-ji; Includes all 
conveniences and Is v.nrth the amount ask 
ed exclusive of tho land. Tlila price Is on- 
ly ffood for a few days, terms can be ar 
ranged to suit buyer. 



F 



IRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSUH 
ance. money to loan. 



C. ARTHUR REA 



SPLENDID FARM. GOOD HOUSE AND 
outbuildings, near Cobble Hill Station. 
All fenced, throo good wells, excellent roads, 
moat reasonablB price and terms. 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 



'Fender.s will be received by the 
undersigned, up to July -ith, I&IO, for 
the building of Ladysmlth Public Hos- 
pital, in accordance with plana and 
speciflcntlons prepared by S. F. Birds, 
A.R.I.B.A. 

Tender.s must be accompanied b.v an 
accepted chetiue, i)a3'able to tron.surer 
of liospUal, .Mr. L. M. DeGex, of ten 
per cent, of estimate, to be held as 
security for due i>orronnance of the 
work.s. The checjuea will be returned 
to unsuccessful tenderer.?. 

The lowf-st or ;iny tender not neces- 
sarily accepted. 

Wm. J. Forbes Robertson, A.R.A.I.C., 
Chairman Hospital Building 
Committee, 

Ladysmlth, B.C. 
Plans may be aeea at — 
S. F. Birds, sol Loo BuUdins, Van- 
couver, B.C.' 
S. Crake Hardware Store, Yates St., 

Victoria. B.C. 
City Clerk's Office, .I^dyamlth, B.C. 



NOTICE 

In tbe Snprema Oonrt of Brltlsb Oo> 
'lumbia. 

In the Matter of the Kstate of Lars J. 
Andersln, Deceased, Intestate 
and 

In tho Matter' of the Official Adminis- 
trators Act: 

XOTlCiO l.s hereby given tliat under 
an order granted by tho Honorable Iilr. 
.Tu.Ttlce Gresory, dated tho 4th day of 
June, A. 73. 1910, I, tho undersigned, 
was appointed admlnlHtrator of the es- 
tate nl' the above deceased. All parties 
having claims ntcalnpt the nR\d estate 
are requested to send particulars of 
same to me on or before the 'Ith day of 
,)uly, 1910, and all persons indebted to 
the said estate are required to pay such 
Indebtedness to me forthwith. 

Dated at Victoria, B. C, this Stb day 
of June, 1910. 

WM. MONTEITH, 
Official Administrator, 
p t. nndtwf mabtm namtbm amat 



CASOEIjXfATZOIT OV SBSSBVE. 

NOTICE is hereby given that the re 
.«erve existing in crown laitds In tho 
vicinity of Bablne Lake, situate In 

Itnngo .'i. Cost DL-jlrict. notice of wlilch 
was imtillKlied in the British Columbia 
Ga/.ette, dated December 17th. 1908, 1.^ 
cancelled in so far as said reserve re- 
lates to lots numbered 1510, IBIS, 1517. 
liilG. l.'l.',. KtIO. KiOT, 1506, l.')06.\, loO?,. 
1501, IfiOL', l.-)12, I.tU, 1G05, 1504, l.iKS, 
1514, 150!l, 150S, 15:10, 152", 1 528, 15211, 

i.5;ii, i5;;2. 15:1:!. I5.i4, 1535, in.TT, 1530, 

1536, 15:;S, 1 540, 1541. 1 544, 1 54,1, 1 545. 
1G4G, 154". 1 547, 1 5 IS. ]54!i. 1 550, 1520, 
1521, 1522. 152;i, 1524, 1525, 1 52fi and 
1551. 

UOBERT A. RBNWICK. 
Deputy Commissioner of Lands. 
Land.M Department, Victoria, B, C, 
.lune 16tl). I'.UO. 



WANTED 



Cnmpolent man to handle retail mlllv 
Ini.-il iio.<;,s. Mum Ijc conversant witli 
i-outos In \'lct(ii'ia. Aiijily to 

J. (".. McKAV, 
Keating P. O. 
Secretary Saanlch WiiolcKale .Milk and 
C'l'oam Prodiicer.s' Associntion. 



DAVIES & SONS 



AUCTIONEERS 



W ill Sell by Auction the contents 
of residence 

837 BROUGHTON STREET 

Including Upright Grand Morris 
Piano, nearly new, oh 



2 ptn. 



SHAW REAL ESTATE CO. 

'07 Ml Xotes Street.: . .. Phone 1001 

fJ^OR' SALE— BXCLUSivEIA- BY .SHAW 
-»- Real Estate Co, 100 acres, eliniee Iruli 
land, 'near KcctlnK. South Saanlcli. Cood 
timber, well watered and some improve- 
ments, For- full particulars apply to us. 



. , HvnP WINSBY, 

..Aodm 4,' 1:0s aoTemmeat Street 



laruB basement, iriear Baauon.Hlll and 
sea. 13 iiilniiti's to Postofflce, Vancouver St, 



i.\l) .MKTCllOSIN FARMS 



pOKa' AHIEHNI ACRBAOB AND LOTS 



Upright grand (Morris) Piano in 
Walnut case, nearly now, ml8.sion oalt 
buffet; h1.\ ml.ssliin oak chairs; mor- 
ris chair and rocker in mission oak; 
hall seat, hand carved; mission oak 
rocking chair;, easiy uphplatered arm 
chair; centre taliles; orhamen'ts pic- 
tures; carpets; S5klii rugs; stuffed 
birds, coon and Ijook shelf and lot of 
books; glassware; china; curtains; 
Indian baskets; five br.is.'! and Iron 
bed.stcads; felt and other mattresses; 
l)lankets; .sheets; (|ullts; towels anil 
muhogany iirlnccsH bureau; lad.v 
dressing chest; biireauH; wnshstands; 
chest of (Iriiuers; chairs; linoleum; 
pillows; toiletware; cloclts; mangle; 
wringer; x-rockcry;' clinner"s'el;:l\ltclien 
utensils; etc. Drop head sewing ma- 
chine. Nearly new ga.'i range, Per- 
fection cooking stove. 



DEPARTMBHT OT PUBLIC VTOBKS. 
Sapezvislng ^Architect. 

APPLICATIONS Will bo received by 
the Jlinlster of Public Works up to 
Monday, tho 27th day of June, 1910, 
for tho position of Huporvislng Archi- 
tect at a salary of |169,33 per month. 

F. C. GAMBLE, 
Public Works Engineer. 



Stewart Williams & Co. 

Duly Instructed by A. Ji jMcKenzle, 
I'.sii., will sell by P.ublla Auction* at . bis 

ri'.sldeuce at Sidney, '6n'. ' ''^^ -''-'v. 

Tuesday, Jun^:i2l^ 

at 11 o'oiooic 

the whole of his 



CATTLE, HORSES, rARMINQ laiPLE 
MENTB, ETC. 

Including; 5 milch cows, 4 fat beef 
cattle, lior.so 8 year.s old about 1100 lbs. 
and well broken to harness, 4-year-oId 
gelding, one bay mare 9 years old in 
foal, 3 sets of double harness, one set 
of good driving harncHs, one sot 
of express harness, stumping machine, 
croain separator, ploughs, harrows, 
sel I'-blnder, etc. Amongst tho house- 
hold furnlttire there is n ttrst-class 
range, sideboard, ex. table. Iron bed- 
steads, bureaus, tvashstnnils, lounge, 
chairs and other goods too numerous to 
mention. I.uncb will be served on the 
grounds. Take tbe morning train to 
Sidney V, and S. railway. 



Tho Auctl.onear. 



Stewart Williams 



PRELIMINARY NOTICE 



Stewart Williams &Co 

Duly Instructed by AValson Clark, Esq., 
will sell by public auction at his 
farm, "Oaklands" Dairy, Victoria, on 

Thursday, June 30 

AT 10.30 A.M. 

The whole of lUs valuable 

Herd of Milch 

Cows 

Comprising over sixty of the best 
grade Durham and Holsteln milch 
cows in the province, together with 
horses, nillk carts, cans and other 
paraphernalia,, appertaining, to. the 
milk business. 
Lunch win be served on the grounds 



The Auetlonaer 



Stewart Williams 



PRELIMINARY NOTICE 



Stewart Williams & Co. 

Duly instructed by Mrs. A, G. Spell- 
ing, will sell by public auction on 

Tuesday, June 28ith. . 

' AT 2 O'CLOCK • 

The whole of -her well kept and near- 
' ly new 

Household Furniture 

Including a quantity of good oak din- 
ing-room furniture, very handsome 
mahogany drawing-room furniture 
upholstered In brocade, the furniture 
of three bedrooms, kitchen range and 
cooking utensils, etc. 
Particulars later. 



Auctioneer STEWART WILLIAMS 



IMPORTANT SALE OF 

Rabbits, Duclis and 

Chickens 

Maynard & Son 

AUCTIONEERS 

Instructed by Jlr, C. P. Aston, we 
will soli at his farm, Buriislde Itoad, 
opposite nursery, 300 yards past Row- 
lands, on 

TODAY, 2 P.M. 

All his pure-bred Rabbits. Ducks, 
Chickens, Sow Pig, .Tersey Cow In- 
cluding: Jersey cow, large white Suf- 
fix sow pig, oO white wyandotts pul- 
lets, 50 black minorcas, lot of young 
hiack inlnorcus and plyniouthr,n( :k 
chicks, 25 Pekln duclts all laying; two 
Chatham outdoor brooders, 2 Incuba- 
tors with full set of . eggs In each. 

RABBITS— 4 Flemish Giants, 30 
Belgium hares, 50 common stock. S 
does with young of about S or 9 to 
each. 

Block and tackle, 100 feet of rope, 
garden hose, good lot of carpenters' 
tools, and garden tools, 

English Setter Bitch. 

MalKvyd Bobs stock, two years old 

Furniture and Effects 

Consisting of: Iron bedstead.«, 
s))rlngs, and mattresses, dresaers and 
stands, extension table, tllnlngroom 
chalr.s, couches, nilrror.-i, books and 
book shelves, blankets, pillows, car- 
pets, rugs, kl(chen tables and chairs, 
cooking utensils, child's high chair, 
child's iron crib, etc. 



GREAT SEA.TURTLES 
. CURL ED ABO UT IVERNA 

Sailer of Strange. Ex'poriencBs off North 
Pacific Coast Some Years Ago 
Reaches Portland..^. ,,' 

— — ■^i^K^^'is*- 
PORTLAND, June 20.— >Ionister .sea 
turtles circled about the British bark 
Iverna, Capt. i^atrlck Fagen, soon 
after she had left Santa Rosalia for 
Portland and so nettled the crew with 
their' monumental Impertinence that if 
a gatling gun had been on board fewer 
turtles would bo sporting around In 
the Pacific ocean today. After speed- 
ing by the bark the aquatic wonders 
would slow down, and crane their 
long necks and out of their glittering 
eyes tho sailors fancied they coul.l 
defect sparks of concealed mirth shot 
in the direction of the ship. 

Down in Santa Rosalia tbe same 
kind of turtles were retailing at 50 
cents ai)iece, au'l the tars found some 
consolation in the thou.ght that they 
had eaten many of them before leav- 
ing for the north. 

Though she encountered light head- 
winds during the entire p.assage, the 
Iverna completed the run lo the Co- 
lumbia river In -11 days. It usually 
takes a llinejulcer from GO to 80 days 
to complete the sami: passage. On her 
last visit to Portland, about tliree 
years ago, the Iverna had tn retnnln 
off the Columbia river six weeks bo- 
fore slio got an opportunlt.v to cross 
Inside. She was then dubbed the 
phantom slilp, which has clung to lier 
ever since. Every day or so she wntild 
show up ,at the lightship. A blow 
would spring up and she would put 
out to .sea. Then she was In command 
of Capt. Colllngswood, who after- 
wards accepted a position us harbor- 
master at a liort In Scotland. 



CITY OF VICTORIA 

A complete list of Local Improvement w/orks, authorized by Bylaw, from time to time, will be l'ouw> 
posted on the Bulletin Board at the main entrance to the City Hall. 



Court of Revision 



NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN tl n t 
thj first sitting of the Animal Coi i' t 
of Revision of the Municipality of I h > 
City of Victoria, -(vlll be hold In tho 
Council Chamber. City Hall, Vlctorb, 
B. C, on Tuesday, the 21st day of June, 
1910, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the pur- 
pose of hearing complaints against the 
assessment as made by tbe Ast'os^ior, 
and for revising and .correcting the as- 
sessment roll;' 'T r-'' " i .■ . 

■ WEIiLrNQTON J. DOWLBR, 

C. M. C. 

City Glerk'.s Office. Victoria, B. C 
Jlay mtb. 1910. 



Queen City Returns 

The steamer tjucen City returned 
from Rivers Inlet and way jiorts yes- 
terday morning. She brought news 
that fishing on the Inlet has been de- 
layed, and will not start until Sunday 
night. All the canneries are busy 
making cans and preparing for tlio 
season, and hundr!>ds of fishermen aro 
ready to begin work. Tho steamer 
lea\ es again tonight for tlio north, and 
will call at Como.x en route . Jp. load 
coal for tho Kildaila.' catinery. ' 



DEPARTMENT OP PUBLIC "WORKS, 
FARI,IAlkIENT BUII.niNOB. 

Steol rittlntr* — Vaults. 

NOTICE Is iiereljy given that the 
time for receiving tender.s for "Steel 
Fittings. Vaults, Parliament Buildings," 
Is extended up tovnoo.n of Saturday, the 
2Dth day of Junei.-l.j.JlO. 

Jjlk' C. OAWBLE, 
Public Works Engineer. 
Department of Public Work.s, 
Victoria, B. C, ITlh June, 1910. 



TENDERS 

tt'ill. be received l>y the Victoria School 
Board until the itiwth ibt. June, for the 
painting of thtf Hlfli '.'School, 'Speol- 
ficatlons to bo. seem at the officia of the 
Board. r(.'.i',<r.: ^ 

"ESXaettE MOORE " 
Secretary of Victoria School Board 



WATER NOTIGE 

NOTICiiJ Is hereby given that an ap- 
plication will "be made under Part V. of 
the "Water Act, lllOO,'" to obtain a li- 
cense In the Const Division of Sayward 
District. 

(a.) Tho name, address, and occupa- 
tion of the applicant — Pacific Province 
Power Co m p a n y ,. . Li m I ted. 

(It for mining purposes) Free Miner's 
Certificate No. 

(b.) Tlie name of the lake, stream, 
nr source (If unnameii, tbe description 
is) — Campbi-.ll River, at the lower end 
of Lower Cnmpliell Lake. 

(c.) The point of diversion— Lower 
end of Campbell Lake (where the river 
leaves the lake.) 

(d ) The quantity of water applied 
for (In cubic foot per second) — ( 100.000 
Jl. I.) or L'SOO t;. F. 

(e.) The character of the proposed 
works — A dam. (to raise the level of 
Lower Campbell Lake 26 to 60 feet; also 
flume to power-hotise, near mouth of 
Quinsam Illvcr. 

(f.) The premises on which tbe water 
is to be used (describe same) — Power- 
house, above the tnouth- of Quinsnm 
River (a branch of Campbell River.) 

(g.) The purposes for • which the 
water Is to be used — Power. 

(i.) If the watet- Is to be used for 
power or mining purposes desciilio the 
place whore the water Is to be re- 
turned to some natural channel, ni.id the 
difference In altltudo between point of 
diversion and point of return — Tbe 
water Is to be returned to the river 
lust above tlie mouth of the Quinsnm 
iliver. 

(.1.) Area of (.'rown land Intended to 

l).-> nrcupiod i)y the proposed works — 2 
iK'roK. for powor.liou'ic. 

(k.) Tills notloo was iiosird on (he 
I'Jth (la\- of May. 1010, rind appllc.itlon 
will be tnaiip to the onniinlssloner on 
the 12tb da\- of .Inly, 1910. 

Parts of Ibo Mciuornndum of .Assn- 
rlntlon wbloli f\utliori;:o tlio projinsoii ap- 
plication and works are as follows; 

(a.) Tlie coiistniollon and opor.'itlon 
nf works or the snimly or utlll-z.-ition of 
W.Ttcr under the "Witter Act. lOnn," 

(h.) To apply for and obtain, under 
the provisions of the "Wafer Act. 1909," 
or lo purchase or olherwi.";e .accpilre 
water records or wator licenses. 

(0.) To construct, operate, and ninlii- 
taln electric wnrUs, power- worlts. gen- 
erating' plant, .fiiiil filch other com'onl- 
oncos as niav lie noro.",<iary foi- goner- 
atlng olectrlcliv. 

PACinc pROvixfr: Towi^ii co:m- 

PANY, LTIMITFD. 
Slgn.nture) ^V. F. TtriST. 

(Agent for Compnnv.) 
tP. O. Addro.ss> 

1109 Proad .mroet. Viclorin, n. P. 



NOTICE 



MAYNARD & SON, 



SALE OF SMALL FARM BY PUBLIC 
AUCTION 



Maynard & Son 

AUCTIONEERS 
Instriicted by. :Mr. C..P. Aston, who 
Is leaving for Calgary, wo will sell on 
the' 'prem'lsea^on' , " " ■ 

TODAY, 2 P.M. 

2.29 Acre Farm 

All under cultivation find' |n crop, with 
outhouses, fruit trees, etc. This farm 
IM 'Situated on the Bumsldo Road, 
iabotit' one-quarter of a mllu pa^t Row- 
land's Hotel, t'or • further- particulars 
apply, to 



Auctlonoero I T. Wilfrid .Miller, hereby give nollci 
llial one month from dale hereof I will 
apply to SuDerlntendent .of Provincial 
Police at Victoria, B. C., tor a renewal 
of my license : for HOlllng intoxicating 
liqiiors at tho promises known as thu 
Goldslream hotel, altuated at Gbld- 
Btrcam. in tlie dl.slrlct of I'^'squlniait, to 
commence first day of July, 1910. 
(Signed). . . WILFRID MILLER. 
May 19 th. -1810 ■ 



MAYNARD & SON Auctioneers 
H. W, DAVIES, M.A.A. Auctionoarf W14 Broad Street 



Warehouse 
to Renr 



TWO-STOH'y AND BASE- 
MENT, DBIOK BTlZIiDINO 
No. 510 Johnson stieot, back- 
ing to C. P. R. freight plat- 
form. Now occupied by B. C, 
Hardware Co. ' Apply tho 
.owner . 



' Aj, 0,..SABaiSOIT, 

.Room l.'.Prpmls Blpoki Vic- 
toria, or P. O. Box 716. '• 



The .Municipal Council of the Corpo- 
ration;.' of, the,, Iblty.of -.yiotorla having 
determined that 'it is desirable' to..con- 



struct a permanent shlewall; of concrete 
on tlie north side of Slincoe street from 
M.intreal street to St. Lawrcrce street; 

And lliat the said work shall be car- 
ried out in accordance with the pro- 
visions of tlic "Local Improvement Gen- 
oral By-Law" and amoiulmeiits thereto, 
and the City Knglnocr and City -Asses- 
sor having reported to the council In ac- 
cordance with llie provislon.s of section 
1 of said bylaw, upon each and every of 
said work.'i of local improvement, giving 
statements Rhowln.g the amounts esti- 
mated to be oliargcablo in each case 
against tho various portions of real 
property to be benefited uy the said 
works, and tlie reports of the City lin- 
gliieer and City Assessor as aforesaid 
having been adopted by tho council; 
,^NP;T.I(:b 5.1s... HEREBY GI.VpN=:that 
th'6' 'idld 'reports' are • open' for 'inspection 



at the office of tile City Assessor, City 
Hall, Douglas street, and that.'f .unless, 
a petition . against any propoSe'd.ii'wdrk 
of local improvement above inentlpnoo; 
signed by a majority of the 'ownorB of . 
the land or real property tb be assessCd' 
for such Improvement, and' representing 
at least one-half of: the value' of the 
said land or reUI property, is presented 
to the council within fifteen. days from 
tlie date of tho first publication of. this 
notice, the council will proceed with the 
proposed Improvement upon such terms 
and conditions os to the paymeht.of the, 
cost of such Improvement as the .council'; 
may by bylaw In that behalf regulate 
and determine.,' ■ ... '"; 

vWiELLINGTON J. DOWLER/ ..T 

. .': ■ /'« ■/'■■ c.- M.-c;''-; 

City Clerk's Office, Victoria, B. C, 
June 9th, 1010, 



NOTICE. 

T.VKK NOTICE, that I, S. Cafflnl, hi- 
teiid to apply to the Board of Licensing 
Couiuilssioncru of the city of VlctorUi, 
B. C, at the ne.xt sitting thereof, for 
a transfer, of tho liciuor license; now 
held' by^ me in respect of the Albion 
saloon, situate on the corner of Yates 
street and Waddlngton Alley, Victoria, 
B. C, to D. McDonald and Alexander 
McLean. 

Dated this 2Ctb day of May, 1910. 

a. CAFI'TNI. 
Applicant. 



NOTICE 
"xrAmoABiix: -w&tbbb psotbotiok 

AC«." 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
tho Victoria Dock Company, Limited, 
having its registered offlqa In the City 
of Victoria, British Columbia, is ap- 
plying to' His Excellency' the Governor- 
General of Canada in Council for ap- 
proval of the area plans, site and de- 
scription of works proposed to ba con- 
structed In the waters of tbe Victoria 
harbor, being on tbe lands situate lying 
and being In tlie city of Victoria afore- 
said, and known, numbered and do- 
scribed as lot Ave, of block seventy, 
Victoria City, nccordlng to the official 
map thereof, and has deposited tho area 
and site plans of tho proposed works 
and a description thereof with the Min- 
ister of Public AVorks at Ottawa, and 
a duplicate thereof with the Registrar 
General of Titles In tbe Land Registry 
Offlee In tho City of Victoria, British 
(.'olumhia. and that tlie matter of the 
Fald application will be proceeded with 
at tho expiration of one month from 
tiie time of tho first publication of this 
notice In the "Canada Gazette." 

Dated tills second day of June, 1910. 
VICTORIA DOCK COMPANY, LTD. 



CANCELLATION OF RESERVE 

. NOTICE Is hereby given that the re- 
servo established over those portions of 
Lot, 170,^ .Queen Charlotta-.:.I}lstrlet, :.by 
reason' Of ' the' surrender of .said' portions 
out 'of special timber licenses Nos, 31919 
and 3iB4S, surveyed respectively as Lots 
633 and 317, Queen Charlotte District, 
is cancelled for the purpose of effect- 
ing a sale of said Lot 170, Queen Char- 
lotte 'District, comprising 3 6. acres, more 
dr .'lestf,- to the' Paclfio coast Plsherlo.'j, 
Umlted. , . ROBT.-' Ap RBNWICK, 
.Deputy. Commissloiler of ' Lands. 
Ijands Department, ^Victoria. B. C, 
April 19th. 1910. ' .'■: 



PROVINCIAL TAXES 

Special Notice to Taxpayers 



T.'VXPAYIOnS aro liereliy reminded 
that Thuraday, 30th June, 1910, Is the 
last day on which taxes must he paid 
to the collector In order to be allowed 
a discount. By an amendment to the 
Assessment .'Vet passed after all the 
tax notices were Issued an .alteration 
of the rate of discount Is permitted, 
namely 25 per cent, discount is allowed 
on improved real property, personal 
property and Income for the current 
year In place of tlie 10 per cent shown 
on the notices. Wlien -sending your 
tax to the collector do not cioauot from 
the net ainotmt shown on Form No, 9 
an addltlouiil 15 per cent, but deduct 
only 25 por cent from tbe total taxes 
on Improved real property, personal 
properly and Income, There is no altor- 
allon on the discount of ten por cent 
on -vvild land, coal land and timber land, 
Hoe tbnt thn correct amount Is sent 
"nrly, so that unnecessary correspond- 
ence may bj avoided. No discount Is 
allowed on arrears. 

B. E. LEASON. 
Assessor and Collector, Victoria As- 
sessment. District. 
Victoria, 1st June, 1910, 



OANOSXiIiATZOS' OF BESSBVE. 



NOTICE is hereby given tlial the Re- 
serve exl.stlng on crown lands In the 
vicinity nf Mablno Lalto, and situate in 
CasHiai' District, notice of wliloli luar- 
ing date .luue 3nth. 1 90S. was puli- 
llsliod in tho Britlsli Columlila Gazetlo, 
dated July 2nil, 1 90S, Is cancelled. 

nonb;nT a. uio.n'wick. 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands. 
Lands Department, Victoria, B. C, 
June 16th, 1910, 



In Memoriam flILflS flSSOfifliCE CO, tTD: 



in loving memory of George AVilnter, 
who departed this lifi' June 21st, 1909, 
"Gone, but not ^forgotten." 



Granite and Marble Works 

Monuments, Tablets, Granite 
Copings, etc., at lowest prices 
coiisistent with llrst class stock 
and ■vvrrkmanahlp. 

A. STEWART 
Cor. Yates and Blanchard Sts. 



Lumber for PlanK Roadway for 
the Ciiy of Prince Rupert 

Sealed bids will be received by the 
city council up to July 1. 1910. ad- 
dressed to the undei'sigiiod .and endorsed 
"Bids for supplyln.g hiiiiher for plank 
roadways for tho city of Prince Ru- 
pert." Said bids shall be for supplying 
600,000 feet B. M. of spruce lumber in 
sizes and.' lengths as required for ' the 
conH'ruction of plank roadways of vary- 
ing lengths and elevations; alsoGOO.OUO 
feet B. .VI. of ;l Inch .'--pruce iilank, S 
Inches, 10 inches or 12 lucla s in width, 
and standard lengths, as reiiuired; also 
500, Ono feet.B. M. of o Inch fir plank, 
8 Inches, 10 Indies or 12 inches in 
width and standard lengths, as required. 

All lumber to be mannfacttired from 
sound stock, free from large, loose or 
unsound knots, and other defects which 
would impair the strength of the piece. 
.Said lumber to he delivered F. O. B. 
wharf. Prince Rupert. The city reserves 
tho right to reject any or all bids. 
lORNEST A. WOODS, City Clerk. 



COBFOBATION OF TBS ; 3DISTBZCT 
. ; of; OAK BAIT.'" < ■ '■ ':."- v 

FOUND NOTICE 

PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given 
that seven (lavs from date, at 2;:!0 p.m. 
on June 22, 19J0, I will offer for sale 
nt the Oak I!a"y Pound, One Bay Mare: 

EESCBIFTION. 

Weight, about 000 pounds; age about 
10 years: White murk on forehead and 
nose: also white on near hind foot; 
.sllglitly hiuie in off-fore leg; height 
about It liands. 

E. F. DAWSON, 

CoiiHtablo and Poundkeeper. 
Oak Bay. B. C, June 15, 1910. 



SHERIFFS SALE 

Pursuant to an order Issued out of 
the county court of Vancouver .at the 
suit of A. 10. Ilisada and K. Yusuda vs. 
George P. Rawding, I will on Wednes- 
day, .lune 29, 1910, at^ 3- p. m. at my 
office at tho court house, Vancouver, 
offer by sale by public auction the fol- 
lowing lands: Lot Three hundred and 
seventy two (1172) Sayward District. 

Tho only .ludgment registered against 
tho above lands Is the one under 'ivhlch 
this sale win be held which Judgment 
was reglBtered on July 9, 1903, and 
which is for the sum of $061.40, 

JAS. D. HALL, Sheriff. 



NOTICE 

l.X THE ESTATE Ol'' ISRAEL KENT, 
DECEASED; 

.VII persons liaving claims against the 
l^-siato of the above named deceased are 
reiiuired to send particulars thereof, 
duly , verillod, lo the undersigned on or 
before the 2nd day of July, 1910. 

Dated the 20tli day of June, 1910. 
VATES & JAY, 

G-IG Bastion £t., Victoria, B, C. 
Solicitors for Oeorge Albert Kent, the 
Executor. • , . 



XZQVOB riCSSrSB ACT, 1900. 

I, Hugh Simpson, hereby give notice 
that one month from date hereof I 
will apply to tho Superintendent of 
Provincial Police at Victoria, B. C„ for 
a renewal, to commence on tho 1st day 
of July, 1910, of my license to sell in- 
toxicating liquors, at the premises 
kno'wn as the Coaeh and Horses hotel, 
situated at Esquimau, in the District 
of Esquimau. 

(Signature) HUGH SIMPSON. 

Dated this 25th day of May, 1910. 



The Provincial Royal 
Jubilee Hospital 

INOOHFOUATED 1890. 

The annual meeting of llie donors and 
subscrlbcr.s to the institution will be 
hol'd-'in ■ the City- Hall,., ■"Victoria, on 
Wedneadiiyi 89tli. Jqne'j'at. 4;o'clock p, m. 

BaslnesB — Receiving tho ' annual re- 
Iiort of the diroctora, the treasurer's 
,':tatonient tor tbe year ending 111 May, 
1910, and tlie election of the directors. 

Tho four following directors retire 
but are cllglblo for re-election: Jlr.-;, 
C, W, Rhodes, Messrs. H. R. Newton, A. 
C. FInmorfelt, Alexander Wilson, ■ 

Donors and subscrlbor."; can vote for 
four (I) meniber.s ot-.ly, Tlie city coun- 
cil nomhuite llvo (fil, the provincial 
government three (ID, and tho h'rcncb 
IJenevoleir.. Society tlir-^e (li), making n 
total of llfleon directors. 

.■\Ii donors of money $50 and upward.i, 
and annual aubi^crlbers of $5 and up- 
wards are oliglblo to vote for the elec- 
tion of directory, 

A, W. MORTON, Sec'y. 

,Vtotoi'ld[. 18th Juno 1910, 




(E^tablislicd ISOS.) 

Capital and Funds for security of 
policy holders exceeds $26,000,000. 

The undersigned has succeeded' to the 
agency of this company forme'rly held 
by the Stuart Robertson Conip'atiy,' Ltd.,, 
and will give prompt .attention to"'aU 
communications regarding netv business 
or alterations required on existing pollr' 
cics. Please address, all comunications 
to J. G. EliLIOTT, ;' 

Special Agent for Vaheouver Island. . 
1213 Broad St., Victoria, B. C. 
P. O. Box 150. Phone 060.' 



PABIiZAMEirT BUnDZNGSi ^ 

Offico Annex. 

SE.\LED TENDERS, superscribed 
tenders for "Alterations, Offico Annc.t, 
l^arllament Buildings," will be received 
by tho Hon. the Minister of Public 
Worlts up to noon of Tlnirsday, tho 
30th Inst., for certain alterations and 
repairs to a frame ^bul)ding, situated. In 
tbe grounds of the.'Pariiament; Build'-;. 
Ings, Victoria. ' ," ^ , • .' ',-. f _ '.^^ 

Drawing; speclfidatibnsi ' contract" 
form, and. form of tender m'ay' be seen 
on and after Tuesday, the 14th Inst., at 
tho office of tho Department of Pub- 
lic Works, Parliament Buildings, Vic- 
toria, 

Each proposal must be nccompanleil 
by an accepted bank choline or certUl- 
cato of deposit 011 a cli.artered bank of 
Canada, made payable to the Hon, tho 
Minister of Public Works, in a sum of 
J600, which shall bo forfeited if the 
party tendering decline to enter Into 
contract when called upon to do so, or 
when he fails to complete tlio ivork 
contracted for. 

Tho cheques or certificates of deposit 
of unsuccessful^ tenderers will, bo re- 
turned to them upon ' the' exectitlon' of 
the contract. 

Tenders will not be considered nnlesi 
made out on tli'j form supplied, signed 
by the actual signature of tlie iendercr 
and tnclo,sed In the envelope turnlslied. 

The, lowest or any tender not neces- 
sarily accepted. 

p. C. GAMBLE, 
, ...i Public Works Engineer, 



NOTICE or APPLICATION. 

Tlte executive council of tbe province 
win, on Tuesday next, hear an appll-. 
cation of the Victoria and Sidney rail- 
way for the crown granting of . certain 
government lots, on Blanchard ;'^street 
for terminal jiurposes. iAll -Interested 
are notified to appear. ' . . 



NOTICE 

T, Alexander Simpson hereby give no- 
tice that one month from the date 
hereof I will apply to Superintendent 
of Provincial Police at Victoria, B. C, 
for a renewal of my license for selling 
intoxicating litiuors at tlio premises 
known as the Half Way House hotel, 
situated at Esquimau, In tbe district of 
Esquimau, to coinmenco on tlio 1st day 
of July,''U910,.and for a transfer of tbe 
llcen'8e"to''4Cbarles Wesley Davey. 

- .,, , A. SIMPSON. 



NOTICE^ TO CONTRACTORS 

Tenders will be received for the 
erection of a frame residence on Cook 
street, Victoria, up to noon on Wed- 
nesday, June 22nd, ISIIO. The lowest 
or any tender not necessarily accept-- 
ed. Plans and speclflcationa may bo 
seen at the office of the undersigned. 

H. J. ROUS CULLIN. 
' . Architect, 614 Yates dt. 



Campers and Picnicersare 
not permitted to land on 
Section 96, Esquim ".alt Dis- 
trict, otlicrwise' kno'wn as 
Rosebanlc. ' ' '" 

Jiirie^ J3th» igib. ,^ 



FITTING A PIPE 

Is an art. It dnno so It's airtight. The 
proof of your pudding Is when you 
eat It,-, and ■ ' ; , i •.. L 

SCIENTIFIC PLU'mBINQ 

Is demonstrated through trial. Plurnb- 
ing done by this shop stands' the test. 
Prlco puts no figure, as it's al'ways 
low. 'I?Hbno us your order. 



pUElHARRiNSCO. 

' .8tev/ai t, B. , C, and ' Pri n c a 
■ ■ Rupert, B.'C. 

Fiscal -'\gcnts for the 



Tlie property of this com- 
pany adjoiii.s that of the 
Stewart ■Milling and IDevoI- 

oi'imcnt Co. 



The Colbert Plumbing& 
Heating Co., Ltd. 



755 Broughton Street 



Phono 55! 



Livery Stables 

MILI> ■WOOD AND STOVE 'WOOD 
rOR SALB 

R. DAVERNE/TSs Douglas St. 

Opposite City Hall. 
B. DATEBHS, Xel. S7, 



ISEBCHANDISi: OP AX.Z, ICINDS 
STOBED AND DISTRIDUTBD 

Duncan's Warehouse 

Nogotlablo Warcliouao Heoolpts 
IsBuod. Faruiture and Household 
Ooods carefully bandied. Stone 
Building and Xiow Tscii.Tanoe. 



B35 irateB St. 



^ubseribe for .THE COLUNJp.; 



18 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



, ; Tuesday, Juno 21, 191&. 



We MaIce!WindowBIinJ 
to Order. Iling Up the 
Drapenrki DepartnMritfe/^i;>^ 



IMITED 



Tne Vacuum Cleaner, the 
Most Up-to-Date House 
Cleaner. Ring Up the 
Carpet Department. 




r To say the least, the price we are asking for 
these stylish wearables is just about half 
their usual value. Circurnstances unfore- 
seen by the rnanufacturers-made it innperat^ uhusua^plil^, These we were able to take advantage of and, 
in turn, are able to place these suits before our custoiiiefs at speciialiy in^ii^^rtirig underpricings. ' Many new innovations will 6e^ nptied a 
fact we may term them a strictly high grade assortment. The styles include the season's most pronounced effects. Materials ar^ 'rripstlv panamas, di- 
agonals, serges, ladies' clotb, etc., in shades of blues, old rose, browns, greens and stripe effects. You-willfind (Pt ^ Qf\ ' ^ "8 C 7C 
it a pleasaiit surprise by being here Wednesday morning. Grouped in two lots for 3^our choosing at - M^-i-w.>^v/ «[pJ.O»/ 3 



len Cliairs, Wednesday, 60c ' 

If you have room for a good chair in your kitchen, you .dp not want 
to overlook this offering, for these are specially fine value. They 
arc mad: of hardwood, golden finish. At, each 60^ 

Side Ciiairs 'for 80c, ¥/orth $1.25 

A good Side Chair, combining high quality at a low price, that's the 
icind wc are offering Wednesday. Just the thing- for idining-rpom 
use. Made of hardwood, finished in golden with-'cmbpsaed feack. 

Regular $1.25. Wednesday .. ..80^ 

See Broad Street Windows ■ \ • 



Men*s Tweed Suits 
at $7.50 

It is really surprising to note 
the exceptionally fine materials 
used in the making of these 
suits. Then, too, fit and finish 
is another essential feature. 
For $7.50 every man can be 
well dressed, "smart appearing 
and businesslike, for- we vcti- 
• .ture to say Ithat. you. .qan'not 
positively equal .the value : we 
a:re giving el^cAyhere i'n-thie city. 
■' These suits Vre 'well fiii'isiied 
and look the part of any $12.00 
or SJis.oo suit. Better come in 
and let us show, theit). sto- you 
.Wedi^esday Iriorning, ; ;Per 

suit .?^;^7.^d 



Women's Oxford Shoes and Pumps, Wednesday, $1.95 




25 Cents 



Men's Fancy Lisle Thread and Cotton Sox, in black, colored''cJTiicks. 
arid stripes, all tlie newe.si sliades. Regular values of:thes6 spx are 

3Sc to 50C. Special price Wednesday ;v^i%';-;'V'.S J v^5^^ 

See Broad Street Windows 

Men's Ties, Reg. 50c for 25c 

Special sale of Men's Four-in-hand Colored Silk Neckwear, in light 
and dark stripes, plain colors and checks. Regular. valiic.soc. Spe- 
cial today ^; . . ,-. , . . , . ;\ ^^l^k .25^ . 

See Broad Street Windows 

^'^er Stories for 





When we say that these are good 
values, you may rest assured that 
you won't be; disappointed, for 
they "arc" reall5' excellent. It's 
our exceptional value giving that 
has made this department so 
popular. These Oxfords are made 
of a fine glazed kid with patent 
tips, high orf .lojv- heel. The 
-Pumps are of patent leather, with 
atikle ^ strap- and Cuban heels. 
Wedhesday you may choose 

at .. ..V; ........ fl..95 

t 

UiidersRirts for ^Wonten at $1^5 

If you only knew . the. ^qiiality of 
these Underskirts you would not 
delay another moment in coming 
in and purchasing, for they are 
value extraordinary. Made of a 
fine cambric in a number of very 
dainty styles inde.ed. For in- 
stance, here is one with iS inch 
flounce of torchon lace with deep 
dust frill. Others arc made with 
flounces of embroidery, finished 
with fine tucks 'and' insertion. 
Wednesday • $1.75 

Wednesday, We Will Offer Special Val. in SilK Dept. 





Wednesday we will offer special values in 
our Silk " Depajtm_?nt; This line com- 
prises Tkffeta', .tbuisienne, Pailletc, Shep- 

- herd Check; Shot Sijk,^ Figured Foulard 
and Paisleys. Hegular ■$i:ob. Wednes- 
day . . .,..75^ 

25 Pieces Figured Liberty Silk, in natural 
ground with fancy patterns. Regular 75c. 
Wednesday 50^ 

75 Pieces Natural and Colored Pongee, 26 
inches wide Special purchase. ... . .50^ 

Splendid Line of Dress 



Good^ at 5jQc Yard 



Boys, Wednesday, Two foi; 25c 

A new edition, five bj' s'even ' and V'qttartet' i^^^ new 
plates, with new illiistratinns. Bound in cloth, and stamped in colors 
on the front cover in several designs. 

Distinctly good-looking volumes. The lowest-priced cloth- 
bound edition of Alger I'.ooks, and better in many ways''' than some 
of the higher-priced editions. ^ 

Alger's Books go to the riglit.;sppt e^^ Their high moral 

character, clean, nianly tpne,§andl;th^^^ lessons they teach 

make Alger Books as acceplablext^^ pareiit? as.to ,t|tie.;j3pys.;.,His 
characters are living boys'wHo do things. ' 'J '■ -'"v" ' '' ■ 

Section A Section B 

vStrong and Steady Slow and Sure 

Strive and Succeed . Julius the Strqet Boy 

Try and Trust Tom the Bootblack " 

"Bound to Rise ' Struggling Upward ' ' 

Risen from the Ranks Facing the World 

Herbert Carter's Legacy The Cash Boy ' 

Brave and Bold Making His Way 

See Broad Street Window 




Our line of Di;e3s. .Goods priced 
at Joe' for 'Wednesday com- 
prises the very best values of 
the season. Many new arri- 
vals have been added to the 
stock, which at present includes Cream 
vSerges, Blue Serges and Navy Blue 
Mohair Lustre. All 44. inches wide. 
Wednesday, per yard 50f^ 

BlacK Dress Goods, Regular $1.2^ 
for 75 Cents 

You will travel a long, long way before 
v.yp^u will see such fine quality material 
at'such a low price. This includes all ^ 
the latest weaves in Black Dress goods. Values up to !^i.25-. . Wednesday, ....... .75^ 

Sea Grass or Verandah CMifs^j^d^; $2.90 and $3.90 



Our Governnft^^^^ some . remarkable values in Sea Grass Chairs, 
in fact thii'price'is Pn^ ordinary value. These chairs arc not only suitable 
for vei-andah use, but are an ideal piece of fijrniturc for parlor iise. They have nice re- 
clining back ad side arms. Wednesday, $2.90 and '. ,^3.80 



Burlaps, Regular 45c for 25c 

There us not a better or more serviceable wall covering made than 
Burlap. Holds plaster together, and, if needed, caii be painted 
any cpJpr desired after. A specially fine line of this is being offer- 
ed Wednesday, in colors of green, fawn, brown, blue. 36 inches 
wide. Thisiwe have been selling regularly it .4Sc. Wednesday's 
offering . . . ; . . . . . .^• ; . . 25^ 

Also a line of Remnants, which we intend clearing- out at, yard. .10^ 

Enamel Rice Boilers, 2-qt. size, Wed., 50c 

A Rice Boiler is always a handy adjunct to the kitchen utensils. At 
this price every housewife should have one. THe^^are enameled 
and at exceptional values. Special Wednesday 50:p 

Boys' Wash 
Suits, Wed- 
n esday, 85c 

85c means the pur- 
chasing of a fine 
Wash Suit for 
the boy, just the 
kind for use dur- 
ing the next cou- 
ple of months. 
Good, .;st|'ong. ,and 
serviceable ' t o o, 
made of good 
quality piques and 
crashes, in stripes 
and checks. It is 
really a chance 
that should not be' 
o V c r 1 o k e d by 
economizing .moth- 
ers. Wednesday, 
each 85^ 

Carpet Squares, Wednesday, for $6.00 

30 only Acme Carpet Squares, Just the thing for bedroom or Sum- 
mer cottage use. 'J'hey come in a large range of colorings and de- 
signs. Wc have them in five sizes. vSize 9 x 12 Wednesday spe- 
cial," each ^6.00 

Tapestry Carpets, Wednesday, for 65c 

We arc making a special for Wednesday morning. Tapestry Carpet 
by the yard, six patterns of lOO yards each, in red, green and 
fawns, with "pretty floral designs, all with stair carpet to match, 
27 inches wide. Wednesday, per yard .65^ 

Irish Point and Swjss 
Curtains, Regular 
$I2J5 for $4.50 

About 40 Pairs Irish Point and 
Swiss Net Curtains. This is a lot 
of oddments sorted from our regu- 
lar selling stock- There arc two 
.and three pairs of each pattern, 
mostly creams, drab.- .and ecru 
shades. Regular prices up to 
$12.75 per pain j Wednesday, per 
pair ...i .^4.50 

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